The role of Mozilla’s Web QA team is to ensure the quality of our web applications across a variety of platforms and browsers. We work on a wide variety of projects, aiming for high quality and timely releases of our user facing sites.
The Web QA team would love to have you as a contributor!
Join #mozwebqa on irc.mozilla.org, say hi, and let us know you’re there to help. You can also send us an email email@example.com.
Check out the Web QA team’s tasks on One and Done. It’s a good place to start.
Trying to figure out how to help? Check out our Contributor Levels document. It tells you all the things you can do to participate in Web QA & to be part of our community. Most tasks fall into the categories of Manual Testing and Automated Testing.
Earn a badge
Check out the Web QA team badges. Instructions on how to earn them are listed on each badge. Run some One and Done tasks and earn the Web QA Enthusiast badge. Run some automation locally and ear the first Automation badge.
- Web QA tasks that need help are listed on One and Done:
- Here is a list of links to start Manual testing on our projects: https://quality.mozilla.org/docs/webqa/projects/
- New to testing? The best place to start is exploratory testing. Here’s how to do it:https://quality.mozilla.org/2012/11/exploratory-testing-on-moztrap-job-board-posting-1/
Our automated tests use Selenium and Python. If you are familiar with either of them we can use your help, and helping us is a great way to learn more.
- Setting up automation to run locally is the first step:
- Read our Automation documentation to get more info:
- Check out our list of GitHub Issues for all of our Web QA project repos:
Talk to Us!
We would love to hear from you. Here are various ways of reaching and/or finding out more information:
- IRC: #mozwebqa on irc.mozilla.org
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Team Wiki: https://wiki.mozilla.org/QA/Execution/Web_Testing
- Join our Mailing list: mozwebqaContributor Corner: Our list of fantastic team contributors