Quality assurance (QA) is a way of preventing mistakes or defects in manufactured products and avoiding problems when delivering solutions or services to customers; which ISO 9000 defines as “part of quality management focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled” definition taken from Wikipedia. I think now you guys have understood what is QA. Let me tell you something about One and Done – It gives users a wide variety of ways to contribute to Mozilla. You can pick an easy task that only takes a few minutes – or take on a bigger challenge. This includes working on manual testing, automation, bug verification, mobile testing and more. Tasks are from a variety of Mozilla teams – so you can get involved with Desktop Firefox, Firefox for Android, Firefox OS, General, Web QA, Cloud Services QA, Thunderbird, Firefox Nightly and more.
Now, you have understood QA & One and Done both.Today, I would like to share my experience in this contribution area. Two months ago, one day I’m bored with my daily routines so I decided to do something amazing & thing from which I can also learn something innovative mean while at that time my Facebook was logged in and one guy posted something about QA in Mozilla India Facebook group and I was like, hey, lets do some testing in Mozilla Projects 😀 where I can test that their all products are working fine or not and if they have some loop holes in it, I can report that also. So,just because I don’t know nothing in QA, I decided to began with One and Done, because it was the first part of QA & little bit easy also as compared to other testing and within a 2 weeks I have completed 50 tasks in it. 🙂 but due to some confusion I have to stop that work, but I know when it was cleared, I’ll start my contribution soon. 🙂