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Hi all,

So I've received off list mails about this and it seems easier for anybody to fill the tests in their language. The German group is the most motivated to work on the writing, so please go on to upload the tests in your language and I'll translate them in English. What is important in the end is to have the tests and get the same sets in all languages. By the way, all the test cases already uploaded are still there, just hidden.

@Rimas, I can't remember what we said about the admin rights, am I the only one with you to get them, and how if we want to share the uploading of tests?

Kind regards

On 07/05/2011 10:18, Sophie Gautier wrote:
Hi all,

So we need to activate Litmus as soon as possible now, but we need to
fill it with test cases first.

So who would be available to work on the writing of the English tests?
We need to create:
- a set of basic tests,
- a set of tests for new functionalities
- a set of tests dedicated to l10n and language specificities like CJK
for example.
This tests are very simple to write and follow a strict methodology, so
anybody can give a hand, there is absolutely no technical or writing
skills required and we are here to help too.

We can coordinate the work on this list and on the wiki. Then the
translation of the tests may be done by the language teams.

Litmus wiki is here:

Litmus tool is here:

Rimas who has done a great work on this has written a todo list, anybody
who wants to jump in to help him is welcome:

Thanks in advance,
Kind regards

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