GCI 2012/Task Page/QA

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  • Task Topic: Report F18 bug
    • Task Description: Try new Fedora 18 release (alpha or above) and find a bug, report it to bug tracker.
    • Links for more info (if there is any) : Install F18 in a virtual machine and try to find something unusual or something working as not expected. Then report it following the bug reporting guidelines in Fedora project. Ask mentor for help.
    • Mentor : User:Mmf
    • Competencies : -
    • Tags : Quality Assurance


  • Task Topic: Testing on Package ibus
    • Task Description: Read the test cases which can be find at the following URL and follow them for Package ibus. Prepare a document and note what you have followed and what is the result. Test shoud be carried out in Fedora 18 (alpha).
    • Links for more info (if there is any) : Package ibus test cases
    • Mentor : User:Charindu100
    • Competencies : -
    • Tags : Testing, ibus


  • Task Topic: Testing on Power Management
    • Task Description: Read the test cases which can be find at the following URL and follow them for power management in Fedora Operating System. Prepare a document and note what you have followed and what is the result. Test shoud be carried out in Fedora 18(alpha). In order to complete this task it is required to completed more than 10 test cases.
    • Links for more info (if there is any) : Power Management Test Cases
    • Mentor : User:Charindu100
    • Competencies : -
    • Tags : Testing, Power management


  • Task Topic: Test Fedora Survey - LimeSurvey customization
    • Task Description: Create some surveys and follow the flow with mentors instructions. List down activity carried out and the outcome results.
    • Links for more info (if there is any) : -
    • Mentor : User:Srineth
    • Competencies : -
    • Tags : Testing


  • Task Topic: Test Ruby On Fedora
    • Task Description: Inorder for Fedora to become more appealing for Ruby developers, we have to show our platform works with the tools and dependencies they know. The student should pick two or three common Ruby stacks and ensure that they work on Fedora end to end. For example MRI Ruby (the official Ruby) with Rails 3.2 with the Thin webserver, or JRuby with Rails 4.0 and Passenger, or a simple Rack / Sinatra application. The mentor will help the student identify the stacks, install the components, and devise some tests, and it will be up to the student to run them and document the results.
    • Links for more info (if there is any) : - Join the Ruby SIG and/or ping the mentor for more info
    • Mentor : User:mmorsi
    • Co-Mentor : User:Niteshnarayan
    • Competencies : - Ruby is desired, but not mandatory
    • Tags : Testing