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Hi Claudio,
On 10/03/2011 20:26, Claudio F Filho wrote:

Em 09-03-2011 23:09, Lyle Cochran escreveu:
I am interested in doing manual base QA tests on

Sophie, i saw all discussion about the QA, i did revision and
translations of all missing QA pages to pt-BR in the wiki, but i am yet
lost for some things.

Yes, I've seen your work on the wiki, thanks for that.

I understood that you tried to test the Limus as TCM (and that this tool
will be discontinued by MoFo), but not is clear if is the tool that we
will use by now, or if we will put all tests in the wiki.

We are still adpating Litmus to our needs, Rimas is doing that for us, but if anybody has skills, I'm sure he will be happy to get some help. So until Litmus is ready, we will use the wiki to run our tests on the RC. The too the MoFo is developing to replace/enhance Litmus is not yet ready (even not developed yet if I understand well). The MoFo will keep us informed of the state of the development of this new QA tool.
But in the mean time we will use Litmus for the QA on dev/L10n/RC versions.

What is the direction to follow now? For pt-br, we are right to start
the QA.

Yes, doing QA is always right ;) So yes, please go on with your testing on the next RC we will have. If you need help or have any question, don't hesitate to ask here.

Thanks in advanced,

ps: please, see the QA/Testing/Using_testtool[1] page. Someone entered
with many modifications that i really think that is not correct.

I will have a look, the instruction were only entered for Windows, but I'll have a look tomorrow. Thanks for pointing it.

Kind regards
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