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On 26/02/2011 11:55, Rimas Kudelis wrote:

2011.02.26 09:29, Sophie Gautier rašė:
I top post for an update on the topic.
So thanks to Christoph I'm now in contact with Matt Evans who is
director of QA at Mozilla.
He kindly offers to answer any questions we could have on Litmus or
any other things they do at Mozilla QA. He also informs me that the
new tool which will replace Litmus is at its beginning stage and won't
be ready before some time. It will be announced to the public in a
couple of weeks.
I'll propose him that we follow and help the development by providing
feedback and inputs on the features, so if you are interested by that
just tell me I'll add you in the loop. I find it important for us that
we are not alone to support the tools we use.

So I think we should go on with Litmus *now*. It seems that the error
has vanished (good news :)

Yeah, that's a total mystery. Did anybody fix it, or is it just gone for
no apparent reason?

I don't know (but it should be good to know however ;)

so we may extend the tests and the languages and see how it runs for us?
David are we ready to change from staging to [extensive ;)] general use?
Rimas have you any concerns about this?
Others are you ready to go?

My only concern is that I wanted to make the testcases translatable
using gettext instead of what we have now (copies of testcases are being
translated). However, I'm not sure how Litmus should choose the
particular language to use later. I guess I should put some thought into
this before hacking. :)

Ah, yes, you told me that and it's a really good idea. May be we can begin with a small set of tests similar to what we have on the wiki currently, just to check that we can use the tool with more people and meet no issues, and then change to your hack when you think it's good?

There's also another thing I don't quite like – it's the naming of the
testcases, with all those ugly prefices. I think this could be improved. :)

Oh yes, this is something we have to work together: content - naming - languages - documentation, a lot is still to do :-)

Kind regards
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