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This week we had another great QA meeting! We covered a number of
different topics, and brainstormed some ideas about how we can
encourage better communication, identify potential regressions earlier
in the release process, and attack our set of open bugs from a bunch
of different angles! :-)

Thanks to all of your hard work, we saw another precipitous drop in
our UNCONFIRMED bug count this week, dropping below 600 before
settling around 615. Getting that number down and *keeping* it down is
a really important piece of us being able to respond to new bug
reports in a timely fashion. I can't wait to see the numbers in

All the gory details are available on the wiki/in the meeting notes here:

Our next meeting is in (surprise, surprise!) 2 weeks:

Here in the US we'll be celebrating Thanksgiving next week. For all
those who live elsewhere in the world, it might be hard find turkey
and cranberries in your region, but they're a really delicious
combination, especially in a sandwich!

To quote the call of the turkey, let's get out there and 'gobble
gobble' some bugs!


Robinson Tryon
QA Engineer - The Document Foundation
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