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Firefox Test Day
« il: 22 Maggio 2009 12:06:28 »
In occasione del Test Day dedicato alla RC1 di Firefox 3.5, che si svolgerà  venerdì 29 maggio 2009 (venerdì prossimo),  invitiamo tutti gli utenti volenterosi a partecipare all'evento ed effettuare i test su Liitmus.

Gli eventuali problemi riguardanti la traduzione italiana devono essere segnalati sul forum in questa discussione:

Le nightly per verificare la  localizzazione di Firefox in italiano si possono scaricare da qui:

Prima di segnalare un bug su Bugzilla si consiglia di cercare che non sia già stato aperto, in caso di dubbi aprite una  discussione in questa sezione.
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Re: Firefox Test Day
« Risposta #1 il: 22 Maggio 2009 20:38:25 »
To all of our great community localizers and testers...

Over the past few weeks, many of our Mozilla community members have done testing and landed fixes for Firefox as we close in on our release.  We are now in the last hours before we ship our release candidate that we can comfortably call Firefox 3.5.  If you have time this weekend, it is a great opportunity to do some last minute testing for your localization.

**Where to download the latest nightly version of Firefox 3.5**

Please "hammer" on these builds mercilessly to make sure that things work well!  If you notice things that worked in Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 and do not work in this release, we would like to know about it right away.

**What to Test**
You can run a set of localization test cases by going to Litmus, Mozilla's testing suite.  This URL will take you to the "l10n run".

If you don't have a Litmus account, you should be able to create one quickly.  Please email us if you need any help.

**How to report feedback**
Please try filing a bug for your locale with Bugzilla.  The basic set of instructions are below.  If you are not comfortable filing a bug, you can report it to your locale leader who should be listed in the specific locale on this main Teams page:

Things to remember when filing a bug in

  1. Always include the Build ID that you tested on.  If you type
     about: in the URL bar, this will give you the Build ID.
  2. Always include clear Steps to Reproduce the bug
  3. Always check to see if your bug has already been filed. This link
     will help:
  4. Use the regression keyword if it indeed a regression from a
     previous release.  And, please tell us in the main comment of the
     bug if it is a regression from a previous release.
  5. If you happen to crash, please include the Breakpad ID in the bug.
     You can get this by typing about:crashes in the URL bar.

If you don't wish to file a bug, report issues through or through the newsgroup (also available on Google Groups). However, we prefer bugs as feedback since those are easier to track.

Finally, keep in mind that no comments or questions are off limits.  Please send along any remarks, questions, feedback you think is appropriate at you test.  It's all appreciated.

Thanks to all of you for helping test Firefox and making it the browser of choice for millions and millions of people all over the world!



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