ChangeLog including issues resolved: https://github.com/mozilla/browserid/commit/7b0792bfb85812fdbca073e55a817bd8026d47fe [QA] Suggested areas of focus for QA: * Verify the ability to add multiple email addresses in one dialog lifespan. * Check manage page functionality - ensure addresses are always in sync and date is properly formatted. * Ensure that new email addresses must be verified before a key can be added using sync_key. * Ensure that assertions generated on browserid.org cannot be verified on beta.browserid.org and vice versa.
Resolved/Closed for Train 0825 (Ticket 682045): Verified by QA: 191: manage page date format 195: manage page button only displayed if user is currently authenticated 181: manage page emails are synced on page open 199: fix new email addresses added not being synced on client 215: more than one email address can be added per dialog lifespan verifyier no longer verifies assertions issued by another server. 203: Please use the HTML5 email input field 219: set_key slow in production with google chrome No specfic QA testing is needed: 125: create tools for load simulation and capacity estimation. 183: beginning unit/functional tests for front end 183: front end refactor to facilitate unit/functional tests and UX iteration 184: Simplify the showing of the error dialogs. users must now verify account ownership before attempting a key sync. wsapi_client created for clients needing programatic access to wsapi. harden set_key against duplicate keys. upgrade to bcrypt 0.2.4. 206: minify include.js by default New QA bugs: 232: New accounts: Login string and logout link are "invisible" on beta.myfavoritebeer.org 233: Opera on Mac: Tabbed UI vs. pop-up results in inability to log into beta.myfavoritebeer.org 234: Would be nice to have date/time stamps in BrowserID logs QA is continuing to look at this train today, with emphasis on android phone support...
QA signs off on the 8/25 train. Will continue the phone and tablet work on the next train.
The 8-25-2011 train was successfully deployed to Production.