Mozilla Persona (formerly known as BrowserID) Testday – March 9, 2012

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Hey Mozilla Testers!

Mozilla Persona (formerly known as BrowserID) is taking off and we’re looking for interested folks to help with testing the latest features that have landed!   For those that aren’t familiar with this project, Mozilla Persona is a simple way to safely and securely sign into your online web identity, without having to create separate usernames and passwords each time. Instead of a new username, it uses your email address as your identity which allows it to be decentralized since anyone can send you an email verification message.

See this post for a better description (includes Video screencast)

Our last testday was back in October, so we’re due for another one with many changes.  This friday, we will be focusing our test efforts on Primary host support, new UI features, and Localization support.   Anyone with a desktop running Windows, Mac, or Linux, and have a mobile device on iOS or Android, we want you!

Mozilla Persona is developed and hosted on its own Github location, so Issues are all tracked in that location.  We will be referring all instructions on the Testday document, which references the Official Testplan.

Look forward to seeing everyone this friday!

Services QA Team