To help get bugs in front of the right Firefox engineers quickly, we developed BugBug, a machine learning tool that automatically assigns a product and component for each new untriaged bug. By presenting new bugs to triage owners faster, we hope to decrease the turnaround time to fix new issues. Check out BugBug for your own issue-tracking triage.
Greetings Mozilla Hacks, I’m pleased to announce that this Friday, June 10th, 2011, Mozilla QA is organizing a testday for the newest developer tool for the open web: Scratchpad. If you do any development work whatsoever, we need your help testing and want your feedback on this tool. Please join us at any time between […]
If you run Firefox Beta or Firefox nightlies, you will probably run into some issues. Reporting these bugs and crashes will help us to make sure the user experience is better for all Firefox 4 users. Marcia Knous is part of the Firefox QA team. Because reporting a good bug is not that easy but […]