On 12/04/2011 00:19, Rimas Kudelis wrote:
sorry for posting in the old thread. Sophie, please forward it wherever
else is appropriate.
ok, no problem and thanks a lot for you work on that.
During the last weekend, I have migrated Litmus to a different machine
(the one in Brazil will be shut down) and fixed the problem we had with
links. As far as I remember, mistreatment of links was the only think
that stopped us from using Pootle, so I think it should be ready for
some real-life usage now.
--> we will understand Litmus ;) but yes, I think now we can begin to
use it widely for every language team.
I've also created a wiki page where I listed my ideas about what other
improvements Litmus could benefit from, it should be available at
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/wiki/Litmus_TODO (but is not, because
our wiki is down ATM). Feel free to add your ideas to the list or, even
better, implement them, because I have zero experience with Perl and all
my coding is just hackery. I think if we would decide to keep using and
maintaining Litmus, we could even set up a VCS repo for it.
ok, this is something to think seriously and really if some of you have
experience with Perl, please jump in to help Rimas and the whole QA process.
One more thing: I took away everybody's superadmin rights and only left
them to the "Litmus Admin" account and Yifan. I sent the changed admin's
password to Sophie, so she can grant superadmin rights to whomever it is
necessary. Right now, it seems a bit complicated to allow certain users
to create/edit testcases without making them superadmins, but this might
be rather easy to fix, and if/when fixed, we should once again demote
most of the superadmins and instead give them only the rights necessary
to manage testcases.
ok, again thank you very much for your work Rimas :)
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