Testing – The Clock is Ticking


Despite Mark Shuttleworth’s post:

“As prep for the upcoming 14.04 LTS release of Ubuntu I spent some quality time with each of the main flavours that I track – Kubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu with the default DE, Unity.

They are all in really great shape! Thanks and congratulations to the teams that are racing to deliver Trusty versions of their favourite DE’s. I get the impression that all the major environments are settling down from periods of rapid change and stress, and the timing for an LTS release in 14.04 is perfect. Lucky us πŸ™‚ ”

We do need to be ready and keep testing if Ubuntu GNOME Community wishes to participate to Beta 1 – please see Trusty Release Schedule πŸ™‚

If you’re new to testing and haven’t done it before, that is a great news because believe it or not, you are the best candidate to test Ubuntu GNOME Development release. All what you need to do is:

Read Ubuntu GNOME Testing.

And, if you have done that already, you still can test or even better do Bug Triage which is very important and needed.

Let’s help each other and move forward in order to make Ubuntu GNOME one of the best Linux Distributions and YES, that can be easily achieved if we will work together.

Thank you for testing Ubuntu GNOME!

Ubuntu GNOME QA Lead

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