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If you would like to help test new applications to make sure they are ready for a larger audience, then welcome!
Notice: Applications in Testing are not guaranteed to work and might make your device unstable. Only use this repository if you know what you are doing.
You need to install the following:
On the application grid in your device, click on the 'Settings' icon. Click on 'Applications', 'Installations' and make sure the slider is set to on for 'Allow installations from non-Store sources.
Now use the browser to download:
In the 'Transfers' window, click on org.formeego.apps*.deb, this will install the client. This will also enable the MeeGo:1.2:Harmattan:Apps repository on your device.
You can download the Apps Testing enabler from within the Apps client, alternatively you can download:
In the 'Transfers' window, click on apps-testing-enabler-harmattan*.deb. This will enable the MeeGo:1.2:Apps:Testing repository on your device.
When you start 'Apps', it will check if the Testing repository is enabled. If it is, then apps in the Testing repositories are shown.
If you want to disable the Testing repository, just uninstall the apps-testing-enabler-harmattan package.
Notice: Make sure you are logged in to the site. You can use your meego.com username and password.
'Applications waiting for review' lists all the applications per category. You can find these applications in the Apps client on your device too.
When you go to the application details page, you will see a button on the left side called 'Community QA'. The Community QA form will let you answer MeeGo_Apps/QA_Rules about the application. Make sure you install the app in question and answer these questions truthfully. Your QA form results are visible for everybody.
Once the application receives 6 positive reviews and the quarantine period has expired, the application will automatically be moved to Apps. After some time the app will show up on the Apps website and the Apps client.