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as we start to ramp up more infrastructure, I'd like to make
you think about what's crucially needed to do QA for LibreOffice

First of all, this is what we currently have:

 * a LibreOffice technical list (I'd like to have devs & QA
   discussion there):

 * a bugtracker - for the while
=relevance+desc&bug_status=__open__&product=LibreOffice&content    to list all currently-filed 
LibreOffice bugs)

 * a wiki (well, soon ;))

 * the testtool (similar to

I'd prefer if we do the 3.3 release in a somewhat lightweight
fashion, and add tools as we go (and decide that we need them) - I
know that the QA project has things like QATrack,
QUASTe, and TCM - but I wonder which of those pass the test of "we
really need it, and it's worth the effort to duplicate it/set it

What do you think?

-- Thorsten

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