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Thorsten Behrens wrote:
I'd prefer if we do the 3.3 release in a somewhat lightweight

As I understood from an earlier message of yours, LibreOffice 3.3 will be heavily based on OOo 3.3 and I thus agree with the "lightweight testing".

the QA project has things like QATrack,
QUASTe, and TCM - but I wonder which of those pass the test of "we
really need it

I actually believe that these are fundamental tools to assess quality of a build, and that insufficient testing could mean that LibreOffice is doomed to be "the nicer but more buggy brother of OOo" forever in the public opinion.

At least, I recommend that new tests are written for any LibreOffice specific functionality, that we have a tool to track them (kind of TCM) and a tool to track releases (QATrack being the natural candidate here).

  Andrea Pescetti.
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