I’m writing today to solicit feedback from everyone. As some of you will be aware, the Desktop QA team holds a meeting every week at 9am Pacific on Tuesdays and 2pm on Fridays to go through UNCONFIRMED Firefox Desktop bugs. … Continue reading
Posts from August, 2012
Come take a preview of the big changes that are coming to SUMO! For suggestions on testing or information on bugs, please contact rbillings on IRC in the #mozwebqa channel. SUMO: http://support.allizom.org irc://irc.mozilla.org/#mozwebqa
I’m writing to remind everyone that we will be having our weekly Desktop Triage meeting tomorrow at 9am Pacific. Please see our etherpad for more information. This meeting is open to anyone who wants to help us or learn how … Continue reading
I’m writing to let everyone know that I’m going to be tweaking the Desktop QA triage meetings over the next little while in an effort to make them more accessible and inclusive. To those of you who may not be … Continue reading
The QA Team will hold its weekly meeting tomorrow at 1:30 PM Pacific. Vidyo and dial in information information is located here and you can find the meeting agenda here. Please feel free to add any discussion items to the … Continue reading
Last week on Friday we organized a testday to have people dogfood the latest beta version of Flash 11.4. I want to thank everyone who came out and helped. In particular, I’d like to thank Alex Mayorga and Gioyik for … Continue reading
Firefox for Android Testers,
Website compatibility testing will be a covered and focused area as part
of the release testing process for Firefox for Android 15.0, and we want
you to help us during our testing cycle.
We want you to use Firefox on Android (on the Aurora) channel to
assist us in identifying any noticeably major issues found in websites.
Issues can range from pages that do not look right due to layout and
positioning problems to interactivity and font related issues. We are
also looking for testing around top-sites to identify areas where
content served to Firefox differs from other mobile browsers.
How you can help us?
- Download Aurora for Android
- Run the website compatiblity testing tool
- File issues found on Bugzilla
- Join our website compatiblity testing and evangelism mailing
- Join us on IRC in the #mobile and #qa channels
Bringing a better Firefox to Android will guide us all towards
fulfilling Mozilla’s mission of providing access to one Web that
everyone can access, regardless of device or location.
This upcoming Friday, we would love for you to solicit your support
towards testing and contributing to the process of qualifying a new
alpha-release version of Firefox for Android on the Aurora channel as
part of our rapid release testing cycle. We wi… Continue reading
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