#654 [F34] Fedora i18n Test Week
Closed: Fixed 2 years ago by sumantrom. Opened 2 years ago by sumantrom.

This tracker is set to track the progress and deatils of the Fedora i18n Test Week for the release cycle Fedora 34

cc @paragn @pravins


Metadata Update from @sumantrom:
- Issue set to the milestone: Fedora 34

2 years ago

Metadata Update from @sumantrom:
- Issue tagged with: test days

2 years ago

Can I get help to delete event https://testdays.fedoraproject.org/events/100 ?

I have also reported new support ticket https://pagure.io/fedora-qa/testdays-web/issue/19 for enhancing functionality for testdays-web

Can I get help to delete event https://testdays.fedoraproject.org/events/100 ?

I have also reported new support ticket https://pagure.io/fedora-qa/testdays-web/issue/19 for enhancing functionality for testdays-web

@tflink @jskladan should have the necessary privileges to delete it.
Please help!!

I'm honestly surprised you know about the admin interface. It's true that it's just hidden, without any authentication, but my assumption was that only @sumantrom maintains it (with a seldom update from me or perhaps Adam), and not individual test day owners :-) That would prevent errors from people who don't have much experience with it (it's really just a very basic app).

I think it's not possible to delete an event, currently, other than directly touching the database. Or am I wrong, @jskladan @frantisekz ?

Please help!!

I updated the metadata to show a "please ignore" label instead (and a link to the correct even in the details):
https://testdays.fedoraproject.org/events

No harm done, I think, just leave it there.

I think it's not possible to delete an event, currently, other than directly touching the database. Or am I wrong, @jskladan @frantisekz ?

Nope, the only way of doing it is getting your hands dirty with some SQL.
I don't plan on adding the "delete a testday" functionality, since that would be a trap filled with authentication.

A reasonable middle ground I can see is adding something like

state: hidden

to the metadata, so one can easily hide the testday from the list on the landing page.

WDYT?
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WDYT?

¯\(ツ)/¯ How does the admin then know it's there? We can discuss at https://pagure.io/fedora-qa/testdays-web/issue/19 , that's a better place.

¯\(ツ)/¯ How does the admin then know it's there?

I don't get what you mean. You'd add the "hidden tag" to the metadata page on the wiki, and then reloaded the testday in the admin interface, as if you made any other change. Testdays detects it's supposed to be not showing the testday, and it hides it. Done.

I don't want to pollute this ticket any more. Replied here.

I will be thankful if someone will change the topic of #fedora-test-day channel to tell users that today is i18n test day.

So no one from Fedora QA helped here. Very sad.

So no one from Fedora QA helped here. Very sad.

Hey @pnemade
I am sorry but I did update the topic the day you said.
Then IoT came up and I updated the test day app link since 3 test days were happening in parallel.
The biggest disadvantage is the current can only point to one link. Topic of chat room if too long looks weird. The test day app now has "Current and Upcoming Section" pointing everything to that in case of multiple events occurred to me as a good solution.
Can you tell if this has some affected the test week participation?
I am sorry, I will try to handle it better from next time.

In my experience every release for i18n testday, I need to ask to change the IRC topic channel. Most of i18n user's presence is in APAC then EMEA region so when APAC wakes up, I would like to see channel topic changed.

I understand testday is now a week long testday but if we announce/set testday wiki page by particular date then that date become important irrespective of week long testday. I only want to see channel topic for that particular day to let people joining #fedora-test-day channel to know that today is i18n testday.

Anyway, I will probably think on setting #fedora-i18n channel for i18n testday related discussion next release testday.

My only concern is that if we use #fedora-test-day channel to change the topic for that particular test day then it should happen early hours of that day in UTC time. Now about multiple testday events per week. Why not have a real Current page instead of redirection? Then we can list all the events in Current wiki page. OR in current case, topic points to events link but same time it also says about Current page which still points to Kernel testday event.

In my experience every release for i18n testday, I need to ask to change the IRC topic channel. Most of i18n user's presence is in APAC then EMEA region so when APAC wakes up, I would like to see channel topic changed.

I understand testday is now a week long testday but if we announce/set testday wiki page by particular date then that date become important irrespective of week long testday. I only want to see channel topic for that particular day to let people joining #fedora-test-day channel to know that today is i18n testday.

Anyway, I will probably think on setting #fedora-i18n channel for i18n testday related discussion next release testday.

My only concern is that if we use #fedora-test-day channel to change the topic for that particular test day then it should happen early hours of that day in UTC time. Now about multiple testday events per week. Why not have a real Current page instead of redirection? Then we can list all the events in Current wiki page. OR in current case, topic points to events link but same time it also says about Current page which still points to Kernel testday event.

I will keep this into account. The test week happened and is there any other comments about how the test week happened before the closure of this ticket? @paragn, Thanks again for all the help!!

Metadata Update from @sumantrom:
- Issue close_status updated to: Fixed
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)

2 years ago

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