Ticket #85 (closed enhancement: fixed)
Clarify wiki test priority
|Reported by:||jlaska||Owned by:|
There was some confusing around the priority listed in the install and desktop test matrices. The question was, why do we give the go decision to release, even when there are test failures from tests with a matching release level?
Adam pointed out that this is because the bugs exposed caused the test to 'fail', but don't really break the underlying release criteria. I think we could perhaps track this type of 'failure' specifically in the results tables).
I think this is a messaging/education issue. Perhaps we just need to clarify that the priority listed is the test execution priority. It does not always mean that a failure identified by those tests will block the applicable release.
Updates or adjustments may be needed to the https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA/SOP_Release_Validation_Test_Event or to the Fedora 14 test results template (when available -- https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Fedora_14_Install_Results_Template).