We’re close to releasing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and one crucial part of the desktop is Unity. We’re keen on getting some final Unity testing from the community over this weekend so the developers can work on polishing things up for a rock solid release. I just wanted to draw attention to a blog post from Nicholas Skaggs – QA Community Coordinator at Canonical.
In Unity 5.10 – What’s new and a call for testing Nicholas (balloons on IRC [don't ask]) details some of the changes in the latest release, and also explains how community members can get involved in testing. If you’ve got some time over the weekend between fun with friends & family and eating chocolate, we’d love for you to get involved.
Testing Unity is super easy, and to show how you just how easy it is I made a little YouTube video about Unity Testing which shows how to test and also briefly how to file bugs.
We’d appreciate the help!