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LibreOffice 6.0 will be announced at the end of January 2018, with a
large number of new features which are summarized on the release notes
page: In order
to find, report and triage bugs, the QA team is organizing the first bug
hunting session on Friday, October 20, 2017. Tests will be performed on
the first Alpha version of LibreOffice 6.0, which will be available on
the pre-releases server
( a few days before the
event. Builds will be available for Linux (DEB and RPM), MacOS and
Windows, and will run in parallel with the production version.

Mentors will be available on October 20, 2017, from 8AM UTC to 10PM UTC.
Of course, hunting bugs will be possible also on other days, as the
builds of this particular Alpha release (LibreOffice 6.0.0 Alpha1) will
be available until mid November.

During the day there will be two dedicated sessions: the first to chase
bugs on the main LibreOffice modules between 3PM UTC and 5PM UTC, and
the second to test a set of the top 5 features between 5PM UTC and
7PM UTC. All details of the first bug hunting session are available on
the specific wiki page:

During the dedicated sessions, we will concentrate all efforts to chase
and reproduce the bugs, in order to confirm and file them in a
more comprehensive way. Of course, the more comprehensive will be the
bug report, the easier will be for the developers to solve the bugs in
time for the final release.

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Xisco Faulí
Libreoffice QA Team
IRC: x1sc0

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