[CC'ing wikitech-l@ again]
On Thu, 2013-01-24 at 10:50 -0700, Chris McMahon wrote:
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 10:30 AM, Andre Klapper
1) Bugzilla already has a number of keywords such as
* need-integration-test (Selenium test should be written for
I didn't know this existed, and a quick look makes me think it will
take some gardening to cull actual potential browser tests, but it
might be a worthwhile exercise.
I'm not totally convinced by these two yet, as both need
(developers and reporters need to know and remember that QA
automated browser tests, and should mark issues accordingly),
nothing better came to my mind in the last days. :-/
Thanks. I'm not certain either, and I'm still thinking...
Right after clicking the "Send" button a 3rd option came to my mind,
remembering all the Mozilla bugmail that I receive.
Mozilla uses a Bugzilla flag called "in-litmus". It's explained here:
* in-litmus? indicates the bug is nominated for a testcase
* in-litmus+ indicates the bug has a testcase
* in-litmus- indicates the bug does not need a testcase
Andre Klapper | Wikimedia Bugwrangler