Here's the mindmap I created during the session
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Nice Justin. Here is the mindmap I created while fiddling with the application for an hour.
I started with Inspectional Testing (http://www.shino.de/2010/12/04/inspectional-testing/ and http://www.shino.de/2010/12/06/inspectional-testing-is-about-time), to generate ideas and start my mental model of the application. Then I sat down and identified short enough session charters for small sessions to be conducted within one hour of testing overall - which was the allotted timeframe.
During the discussion later, I noticed that I didn't too much attention to some areas, which was not good. Though I was able to find some bugs related to foreign characters like umlauts. I think I covered the application to some extent, and found enough which bothers me (as a user), that I wouldn't use the application for mindmapping. MindJet's MindManager provides the same abilities to convert a textual list to a mindmap given the proper format. (Though MindManager is commercial and costs lots of money, but it's worth it from my perspective.)
Sorry I couldn't join. I think the Weekend Testing events (and Weeknight Testing) events are an excellent idea and a great way to sharpen testing skills and build connections within the community of passionate testers.
I found out a bit too late. Here are my quick thoughts on a combinatorial test design-based approach to test that same application:
Coverage of All Possible Pairs
PS: If anyone wants to tinker with / improve my first draft test inputs and test ideas, please feel free. You can access them by going to this url: http://app.hexawise.com/share/8YX89AZN
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