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On 10/03/2011 21:03, Claudio F Filho wrote:

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.

So, i think that i need other access profile in the Litmus, Sophie. I
wish open the test cases for pt-BR too, like as in de/en/fr tests, and
study more this tool.

We (fr or de) are not using Litmus currently, the tests you see in the tool was just to see if it fits our needs. So of course, Rimas will be able to provide you admin rights, but please don't use it with your community for the moment, there is still some more work to do on the tool before.

I have some guys that will help me in this task. How can i manage this
efforts in Litmus? Is more or less like the pootle, where we have a
"admin profile"?

Yes there will be admin roles, but Rimas has not finished his work and he is not available until the end of the week. So please, wait for him, I'll be able to give you more details about the tool. When we will be ready to use Litmus, there will be several tests to write and translate, so all the help available will be really welcome :)

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