Interestingly I also found out that Boeing will not be doing an inflight test of the system.
We'll see where it goes from here, I wish them only success!
The 16.5-foot-tall (5-meter) capsule propelled itself off its test stand at 7:15 a.m. MST (9:15 a.m. EST; 1415 GMT) Monday. The Starliner used the same launch pad originally built for a pad abort test of NASA’s Orion crew capsule in 2010.
Other than the parachute deployment failure, everything appeared to work as designed on Monday’s pad abort test.
“It’s designed to operate with two chutes, and operate well,” said Chris Ferguson, a Boeing test pilot and astronaut who will fly on the Starliner’s first crewed space mission next year. “Everything landed well, all the airbags functioned properly. I was just super-jazzed that we got to where we were.”
https://spaceflightnow.com/2019/11/04/b ... pad-abort/
(On a total sidenote, I will say, their camera work sucks! They are all over the place and don't keep things in center and focused very well. )