Am 26.02.2011 08:29, schrieb Sophie Gautier:
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.
So - as i understand this, we could use Litmus for our work?
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 :) 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
Rimas have you any concerns about this?
Others are you ready to go?
My question to this:
Is there a person who knows something more about Litmus?
What, if someone have questions - do we have supporters?
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