On 11/03/2011 05:27, Lyle Cochran wrote:
No. This my first experience with software QA other than a little beta testing.
I do have some experience with brick and mortar QA Document Specialist.
I came to the LibreOffice lists to become a CD/DVD distributor and was
fascinated watching the birth process of a new software project. Decided I
needed to get involved some how. (I think it's infectious.;-)
Great :) So you may have seen that the 3.3.2 RC1 is available here:
You can run the very light tests that are indicated here:
Don't hesitate to fill the tables with your remarks.
If you find anything strange or that doesn't correspond to the expected
results, please also report it here so we can confirm it under more
operating systems and language.
In any case, don't hesitate to ask any question you may have.
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