QA Archive

LibreOffice 6.2 community focus: Quality Assurance

LibreOffice’s worldwide community of volunteers and certified developers has been working hard on the many updates in LibreOffice 6.2. But while shiny new features are great for users, it’s important that they’re well-tested too! That’s where our QA (Quality Assurance) community comes into play. So today we talk to Xisco Fauli,

Coming up on December 21: Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 6.2 RC 1

After the first and second Bug Hunting Sessions of LibreOffice 6.2, which were held on October 22th 2018 and November 19th 2018 respectively, we’re glad to announce the third and final Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 6.2 on December 21st. You can see the release notes describing the new features

Coming up on November 19: Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 6.2 Beta 1

LibreOffice 6.2 is being developed by our worldwide community, and is due to be released in early February, 2019 – see the release notes describing the new features here. LibreOffice 6.2 will include a new (optional!) user interface design called the Notebookbarsee here for some screenshots. You can help

Quick report: LibreOffice 6.2 Bug Hunting Session in Ankara, Turkey

Our community is working on LibreOffice 6.2, which is due to be released in early February 2019! While developers are adding new features, other community members are helping to test them, in the form of Bug Hunting Sessions. You can learn more about these on our Quality Assurance blog, and in the meantime,

Coming up on 22 October: First Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 6.2

LibreOffice 6.2 is currently being developed by our worldwide community, and is due to be released in early February 2019 – see the release notes describing the new features here. We’re still early in the development cycle, so more features are still to come!

In order to find, report and triage bugs,

Results from the LibreOffice 6.1 RC1 Bug Hunting Session in Ankara

Question: Who can help to improve LibreOffice for millions of users around the world?
Answer: Anyone!

For instance, the Turkish LibreOffice community recently organised a Bug Hunting Session for LibreOffice 6.1 Release Candidate 1, to find and fix issues before the final release in early August.

Muhammet Kara helped to organise