With the announcement of MIR being the default display server for 13.10, many folks rightly wonder if it will be stable and ready to ship by then. Well, as part of ensuring that will be the case, I'd like to announce that XMir will become part of the bi-weekly cadence testing we as a community team undertake. Week 2 begins this Saturday and will include XMir testing.
The testcases we'll be using at the moment are basic smoke tests to check the overall state of XMir. As the cycle wears on our goal is to perform a full regression test for XMir against the normal Xorg server to make sure everything is super smooth. The goal is for someone running ubuntu saucy to not even realize something has changed with the display server. So ready to help?
Check out this page to learn about how to install Mir. Those same instructions are linked from the testcase itself. Run through the tests listed and report your results. Make sure your logged in or you won't be able to report anything :-)
New to cadence testing or the tracker? Here's some links you might find useful:
Understanding how to use the QATracker
Understanding how to perform a cadence test
There's video versions too!
Thanks for helping test ubuntu! Your willingness to live on the edge and test ensure others of proper functioning software in the stable release.
June 28th, 2013 by Nicholas Skaggs
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