Thursday, April 26, 2012
Weekend Testing on May 5th: Something Different
This time, I am making an exception, because we are doing something with a need for a little bit of prep and perhaps a bigger crowd to do it justice.
On Saturday, May 5th, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific, we will be testing some new functionality being rolled out on Wikipedia (yep, *that* Wikipedia). Cross browser testing will be a big part of it, so in this case, the more the merrier really does apply. Also, we are in the process of creating a number of smaller charters so that several testers can branch out and try different things based on their interest. Those are being posted to the wiki (and will be shared as soon as Chris McMahon says it's OK to share it :) ).
For those not familiar with how Weekend Testing works, here's the refresher:
1. Add “weekendtestersamericas” to your Skype contacts if you haven’t already.
2. Fifteen minutes prior to the start of the session, please message “weekendtestingamericas” and ask to be added to the chat session. Once we see you, we will add you to the session.
For more details, contact WTAmericas@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!
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Sounds awesome! Might want to double-check the date though.
Gaah, too fast typing (LOL!). Fixed :).
This could be worth a 2:30am wake up call. Hmm...
How long do they run on average?
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