Day with Cloud Testing….

Trying to help Cloud QA by testing.

Searched Failed QA Jobs at https://apps.fedoraproject.org/autocloud/jobs/

While checking output, test case showed Passed 2 at the end, but actual build was failed with error

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192.168.121.35 22 vagrant /run/tunir/.vagrant/machines/tunirserver/libvirt/private_key
[Errno 113] No route to host
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during debug and running test locally, I was getting same error while 
running everything manually and one step every-time. 

 

Created Ticket for Build failed as this build is continuously failed

 

updating….

 

Channel: #fedora-cloud

Mozilla Awareness Event in Rural Area of Punjab

With the Help of Punjabi community, we organize a event dedicated to Mozilla and its variant available in Punjabi on 24th Jan, 2015 at rural area of Punjab, Takhtupura (Moga District).

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Event was organized in Local High School of village, despite very bad weather outside. The young peoples (Mostly collage students) of Takhtupura came to attend this event.

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Event was started at 12 Noon, there was no sun outside and weather was around 4 degree with chilled air. We started with the Welcome speech for audience and continue with the Mozilla mission and various other projects running by Mozilla.

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Inder Punj started to tell them about Firefox, Firefox OS and Thunderbird, Peoples was too surprised to knew that Mozilla Firefox is available in Punjabi also, Inder gave them demo how they can use Punjabi version of Firefox on their desktop and how they can switch firefox in Punjabi on their mobile. Peoples were excited and tried the same on their mobiles and was happy to see their mobile browser running in Punjabi. Inder request peoples to use Punjabi version of Firefox on their android phones as well on their Desktop and tell your friends and family about it.

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Later Pirthi introduced them with the FirefoxOS and told them about the cheapest smart phone available in the market. Peoples was numb to listen that there is cheap smart phone by Firefox available to use. Later we show them the Mozilla Firefox OS phones and tell them how it works in Punjabi and requested peoples to use this as much as they can and tell us in case any improvement/bug etc.

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Later Pirthi and Inder Punj interact 1:1 with the peoples and answer their all queries. Peoples was curious to ask question about Mozilla mission and products. Some of the young collage students requested us to organize such event in their collages so that more people can benefited from these free softwares in Punjabi.

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At end refreshment had been given to the peoples. Served them snacks and soft drinks. Pirthi and Inder say thanks to the peoples for make this event a success and requested them to continue to support Punjabi community and Mozilla.

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At end group photo was at school courtyard with promise from peoples that they will use and promote Punjabi community and Mozilla efforts as much as possible.

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Punjabi community would like to Thanks Jeff Beaty and Mozilla to help us to organize this event.

Press release on on the leading Punjabi news paper – http://beta.ajitjalandhar.com/news/20150126/20/822512.cms#822512

PUNJABI (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) FIREFOX ANDROID (FENNEC) LAUNCH Event

On 14th Sept,2014 at 7PM I attended Mozilla Firefox for Android Event hosted by Mozilla (Punjabi Community) at Ludhiana, Park Plaza and around 20 participants attended it. During event I collected some point for event report. This event was sponsored by Mozilla. Main attraction was that all the guests and contributors communicate with each other in Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ).

Event started with welcoming participants and speakers behalf of Mozilla community. Then each participant gave little bit introduction about their day job and what they want to seek from this meetup.

Inder Punj started with to introduce about Mozilla Firefox for Android. Motive of Mozilla behind this free software. OS Required for this browser and hardware support etc. Inder had discussion with participant about why we should use this in Punjabi language and how we can scale it, what are different products are available in Mozilla which can used for different purposes. Firefox Marketplace introduction provided, which is available with Firefox Browser.

Pirthi Dhaliwal started with why we need performance for Mozilla products and without it what are different challenges we face, like wrong design, hardware crashes, hardware limit and deployment technology. Pirthi introduce guests about different projects and how Punjabi community participating in them.

We discussed what different challenges we faced while testing/l10n etc and how we resolved them. We introduced peoples about bugzilla and show them sample bugs that was opened and reported closed after fix.

Peoples start to show interests in this browsers while most of the guests was already using Firefox in Punjabi in their personal laptops and office computers and was excited to download Firefox on their android phones and was very happy to see browser running in their native language. Inder and Pirthi helped peoples to download Firefox Desktop and helped them to run Mozilla in Punjabi.

Peoples started their Q/A session with Inder and Pirthi and we both started to answer their queries. Some of the peoples was interested to start localization and curious to know the process, we explain them online/offline translation and introduce them various tools that we are currently using in Translation.

 

After that introduce Peoples about Firefox OS. Peoples was curious to know its cost and was surprisingly asking that it was the same phone which is out of stock always when they search for some good cheap smartphone who support Punjabi. We tell them about the phone in brief and its different models and their cost available in the market. Pirthi and me replied their many Questions related to phone. More interesting thing was this ever “Waiters” show interest in this phone and take interest in what we were discussing. and later approach us for their queries.

 

After replying their Q/A we invites guest for cake cutting ceremony. Peoples joined us for this and enjoyed delicious care after that.

 

After this interested peoples gather around us started their session with us for the issues they currently faced to install Mozilla on their laptop and mobiles. Me and Pirthi gave them detailed answer to their queries and helped them to sort out the issues they are facing. And promise us that they will encourage peoples in their offices to use Punjabi while they all are using mozilla already but in English:)

 

At end, before dinner we thanked peoples for come and for their time to attend this event. Indeed at end peoples was happy and promised us to use  and promote Mozilla in Punjabi. At end group photo has been taken for the press release.

 

We would like to thank MozillaJeff Beatty for helping to make this event happen.

Press Release — 1. http://epaper.punjabijagran.com/339835/Ludhiana/Ludhiana-Punjabi-jagran-News-17th-September-2014#page/15/2

2. http://tinyurl.com/FennecLaunch

Test Google Fonts for Gurmukhi Script (Punjabi) – Prepare

Testing Google (not limited to) fonts with Linux. UTRRS is tool, which I am going to use to compare feature and verify shapes.

Google Noto Fonts: http://www.google.com/get/noto

Gurmukhi Fonts: http://www.google.com/get/noto/#/family/noto-sans-guru

Download from here: http://www.google.com/get/noto/pkgs/NotoSansGurmukhi-hinted.zip

Which font to selected – Note for Developer:

Use unhinted fonts for Android and Mac (Android and Mac ignore hinting information embedded in fonts).
Use hinted fonts for other platforms.

1. Unzip file

2. install

$  sudo cp NotoSansGurmukhi* /usr/share/fonts/google-noto/
$ fc-cache /usr/share/fonts/google-noto/

3. Confirm if it is working for your Script

$ fc-list |grep Gurmukhi
/usr/share/fonts/google-noto/NotoSansGurmukhi-Bold.ttf: Noto Sans Gurmukhi:style=Bold
/usr/share/fonts/google-noto/NotoSansGurmukhiUI-Bold.ttf: Noto Sans Gurmukhi UI:style=Bold
/usr/share/fonts/google-noto/NotoSansGurmukhiUI-Regular.ttf: Noto Sans Gurmukhi UI:style=Regular
/usr/share/fonts/google-noto/NotoSansGurmukhi-Regular.ttf: Noto Sans Gurmukhi:style=Regular

4. Open UTRRS: http://utrrs-testing.rhcloud.com/

5. Select Language from Left

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6. Add font name in “Please enter font family name” (same as Bold text in Step 3)

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Now you are ready to do Testing for Fonts with UTRRS.

Reference is Image data

Character/Text is data with Selected fonts (Noto Sans Gurmukhi)

Compare Reference with Character (for Code Ponits, GSUB, GPOS)

with Next post try to put information regarding Gurmukhi Fonts and some comparsion with Lohit on Fedora 20/21

CLDR – help to fix your Locale/Language Data

CLDR is Common Locale Data Repository.

Why is it important to me?

Are you using  any of MS Windows, Apple Mac, Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, Red Hat, Debian) Operating system for Desktop/Laptop in you native Langauge?

Are you using iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Windows Phones?

Are you using any Google Services?

 

CLDR_Units_DateANDTime

then this is Locale Repo, from where you Language Data is coming, which includes Date, Time format/name (like Mon, Tuesday or May 28, 2014 or 28 May, 2014). Here you can decide how it will look like.

Even if you don’t want to provide new entry, you can choose and Vote.

 

 

Fedora 19 i18n and Translation Test day

Fedora 19 Alpha released and it is best time to test translation and i18n feature, so that bugs can be timely fixed before release.

FLTG  team providing support for Translation Test Day and I18N Test Day by add, review test cases, search features and communicate between various groups.

for Translation Test Day, we add few more gnome applications (like gnome-initial setup) and remove features those are no more available or default in Fedora 19 (like ibus, which is not part of gnome desktop). Translation Test Matrix is improved, while Report Page and Feedback page is created. Anaconda, have major in-complete translation for almost in all language, while gnome-initial-setup, gnome-clock etc application those are new in gnome-3.8 are also have English interface.

Fedora i18n Test Day (May 02, 2013) is upcoming, where tester can get time to review feature for gnome-ibus integration, new shortcuts to Enable/Disable input (check i18n Meeting log for detail).

Major Rendering issue for Indic locales detected (Hindi, Punjabi confirmed and bug already filed) during pre-test activity. Actually this issue already reported for Anaconda (lorax) here, but but with gnu-free-fonts have bugs for Indic locales and set default for Monospace instead of Lohit fonts (as lohit is no monospace), now gnome desktop effecting by this. During i18n Meeting it was found that Either disable gnu-free-fonts for Indic language (those are effected), which is easy way or disable monospace for Indic

Aurora Mobile new menu and notification icon

Firefox Mobile Alpha (Aurora): yesterday changes Menu in Firefox with ‘Tool’ item, which reduces that length for main Menu with another sub-menu.

day before yesterday, Notification ICON for Aurora Browser is changes and looks like light Firefox, which is really nice. Also message in notification bar is also translated, which appear nice in Samsung mobile.

web app support is already there from long time and applications are working fine including my favourite Lucidechart and Solitaire

still quit button is there and it is not syncing properly as Firefox Beta is already there on mobile, I am using this as regular browser (although not mobile browser user)