Mark Shuttleworth: Ubuntu Software Center and Multi-monitor support to be added to rigorous daily tests
Starting with Precise's very beginning, a committed developer team brought rigorous tests to be performed against various Ubuntu components, centered on delivering a rock-solid Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and carrying a usable from the beginning to the final release philosophy, approaches visible in the daily ISOs' strength and more.
In a just now blog post, Mark Shuttleworth defines and briefly explains these processes and their importance, adding the next items that are to be daily stressed, "we’re going to crank up the sensitivity of the test suite": Ubuntu Software Center and the Unity multi-monitor support.
The importance of this daily tests is that any issue is addressed immediately, in terms of hours, aimed to provide high-quality bug-free applications when 12.04 LTS final is released.
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