(Redirected from Mozilla.dev.quality.Sep.29.06)
Summary: mozilla.dev.quality - September 23-29, 2006
- Litmus down because of hardware failure - we are working to fix it - The hardware that Litmus runs on failed over the weekend, so Litmus is still down. Zach Lipton is working to get us back in working order. Litmus should be back up and running soon.
- Extension Based Testing - Someone is in the process of writing a small extension that tests Firefox's help in terms of table-of-contents and search
- Looking for Firefox triagers to evaluate a triage tool - A PhD student is working on a way to assist triagers. He is looking for an approach to recommend to whom a bug report should be assigned (i.e. which developer(s) has/have the correct expertise for a particular bug report). He has a working web-based tool called Sibyl for providing both developer and component recommendations for bug reports. He is looking for triagers to try it and give him feedback.
- Help testing helper extension - Someone made a new extension. He needs help testing it out and wants to know how to make an iframe loads not go into the history. He also created a bug report to get rid of the help hooks in page info that lead nowhere.