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2011.02.17 14:47, Sophie Gautier rašė:
So as indicated on the steering discuss list, we have settled a staging Litmus site at This site will handle all our QA tests and may be even VCLTesttool results in the future. We should be able to use it to handle beta, RC, l10nQA and nightly builds testing.

That would be nice. One thing to note though: Mozilla's guys told me Litmus is no longer being developed (except bugfixes). They're developing a replacement for it at the moment, so Litmus is apparently pretty much in a dead-end. We'd have to maintain it ourselves.

We need to adapt the tool to our needs, even if I see that some work has already been done (Rimas, is it you? :-) and define together what still needs to be done and if it's possible (like opening the creation of TCS to more members for example). We need also to document the tool ant the process on the wiki, add the native-language QA members in the loop, etc...

Well, if you mean the minimalistic style adaptation (s/mozilla/libo/g :)), then yes, that's me. ;) The test cases aren't mine. First of all, what still needs to be done is undef errors fixed. :) I have a few more ideas for afterwards though: 1) the build id field and checks should be adapted for our use. It looks like Jean-Baptiste has already come up with a workaround for this, but it should be fixed instead of worked around. 2) testcase localization implemented correctly. I absolutely dislike the way it's done now. To the extent that I want to revoke admin rights from everyone but me. :) 3) platform/language autodetection (it looks like the criteria fields are there, but they aren't being used)

However, I'm a total newbie in Perl programming, and I'm not very good with my schedule, so any help is more than appreciated. :)

Who would like to work on this? May be this should be also the good moment to open the native-language mailing list and move on it with the QA teams of the native-lang communities?

I think what we're discussing here is an infrastructure thing first of all. Yes, the NL teams will be the primary users of this particular tool, but I tend to think that its *usage* can be discussed on the L10n list, while the process of setting it up and implementing features that we need is only relevant to the NL as much as to any other team.

I don't know if LibO has a services/infrastructure team, but I think that its list would be the correct place to discuss this (or just a bunch of CC'ed people). Meanwhile, all that we probably need from the website team for this particular project is to create templates/css styles. Or am I wrong?


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