Desktop and Android Web Apps Test Day – June 29th

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Hi Everyone,

On June 29th, the Desktop and Mobile QA teams will be hosting a test day for web apps integration into desktop and android and apps in the cloud for desktop to run MozTrap test cases against each feature, exploratory test each feature, verify fixed bugs, and build new test cases for the feature. The necessity to complete these tasks is important, as doing these tasks gives a clearer picture of what works and does not work, what new problems exist, and what new areas we can test we can test in these features. In completing these tasks, our team will then be able to better assess the health of this feature, since more problems with the feature will be identified to each driver of each feature.

What is the Web Apps project? An excellent quote from our MDN documentation here summarizes what this project is:

“The Open Web Apps project enables developers to create rich HTML5 app experiences that run across multiple devices and form factors  (desktop, mobile, tablet, etc.) using Web standards and open technologies such as HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. ”

Interested in this product and helping out? Then, you should join us on IRC on #testday. Upon helping out, you’ll gain great experience in finding bugs, running test cases, and more!

Everyone is welcome to participate. There’s no experience required. We’ll have moderators to answer any questions and guide you throughout the day.

If you want to get a head start check the test plan. Details will be posted there as they materialize.

If you aren’t available to help on Friday, email me or contact me (jsmith) on IRC on #qa.

Thanks in advance!