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''Working document for the Oct. 1-2 desktop testing sprint.'' An overview of the automated testing work in Ubuntu, with roadmap, specifications, status and resources.
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== Agenda == == Roadmap ==
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 * Desktop testing
  * Evaluating technologies LDTP, dogtail and Accerciser
 * ISO integrity and install testing
 * Upgrade testing (including GUI functionality)
 * Package install/remove testing
 * Hosting: Where and how do we host the automated tests?
 * Long-term maintenance: contributing test scripts back upstream
 * Running select tests under profiling/debugging tools like valgrind
 * Identify goals for Hardy
  * (any for Gutsy? ...)
=== Hardy ===
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== Ideas ==  * Package level testing
 * Desktop test automation
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 * '''Ubuntu``Testing@Home:''' Present the test scripts in a way that allows people to test with them easily at home. Initially this would be a set of packages with test scripts glued together by a howto wiki page. Later we can add a GUI interface that lets users download and run tests.
 * '''Test reporting website: ''' A section of qa.ubuntu.com where users can upload test results.
== Specifications ==

 * UbuntuSpec:desktop-automated-tests
 * UbuntuSpec:mobile-automated-tests
 * UbuntuSpec:package-level-tests
 * UbuntuSpec:self-testing-desktop

== Resources ==

Links to some of the resources and technologies we are currently using:

 * [http://people.redhat.com/zcerza/dogtail/ dogtail]

An overview of the automated testing work in Ubuntu, with roadmap, specifications, status and resources.

Roadmap

Hardy

  • Package level testing
  • Desktop test automation

Specifications

Resources

Links to some of the resources and technologies we are currently using:

Testing/Automation (last edited 2012-01-11 17:10:43 by nskaggs)