Celadon is an open source Android* software reference stack for the Android community. Celadon helps to bring ideas to life while developing on the latest Android release and the latest Intel hardware platforms. The following Intel® NUC system has been used to validate regular Celadon releases.
- Intel NUC Kit NUC10i7FNH <https://www.intel.in/content/www/in/en/products/boards-kits/nuc/kits/nuc10i7fnh.html>
Weekly validation phase
The weekly validation cycle includes system functional test execution, compliance testing, and KPI based on the defined features of the quarterly program.
- The test plan is created based on the features in the verify/closed state from the weekly release builds. Software criteria are defined at the start of the program, and execution is completed weekly on each domain until the defined software criteria are met.
- The validation team maps and tracks all the test cases against the defined requirements.
- The validation team shares the consolidated reports based on the request with details on software completion, requirement coverage, defects, and system validation results.
Scope of Android validation
Android validation is scoped for the following:
The CiC and CiV platforms consist of
- Comet Lake CiC Pie
- Comet Lake CiV Android 10
Functional validation of all end-to-end defined features in JIRA*
Non-functional (compliance/performance) - based on customer requests:
- Performance KPI list defined
- Compliance testing
- Stability testing
Out of scope for Android validation
- Hardware component and relevant features
- FuSA certification
Validation activities key flow
Test suite and defect tracking
System functional testing is executed in a cumulative manner. The weekly functional test suite is focused on features moved to the verify state and is validated on weekly releases.
Defects reporting can be done by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org