1. Down With Test Automation! Long Live Task Automation!

    Fri 24 May 2013 By Tim

    It seems like at least once or twice a year, there is a renewed call for more automated testing or someone starts talking about some new form of automated testing which we could do to make Fedora better. Every single time this comes up, the response is along the lines ...

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  2. Rejecting QA as Quality Assurance

    Fri 24 May 2013 By Tim

    This is something I've said a few times before but not so much in a formal sense. It plays into some stuff I've been working on as of late and I figured it was about time to write about it.

    As far as I know, the QA in ...

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  3. Gooey Karma

    Tue 20 March 2012 By Tim

    When I'm going through updates to give karma, I'm usually using fedora-easy-karma. While it's a great tool, the information that it provides is a but raw and doesn't provide much in the way of information if you're not already familiar with the package under test ...

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  4. Simple Testing Session Example

    Mon 28 November 2011 By Tim

    One of the things that I've been thinking about lately is how to do more testing of builds in updates-testing without needing to rely on pre-written scripted test cases. There's nothing wrong with scripted testcases but they're a bit painful to write and they aren't always ...

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