[QA] [EE] migrating Flow tests to WMF Jenkins

James Forrester jforrester at wikimedia.org
Sat Jun 7 01:20:30 UTC 2014


On 6 June 2014 16:21, Chris McMahon <cmcmahon at wikimedia.org> wrote:

> On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 4:16 PM, Matthew Flaschen <mflaschen at wikimedia.org>
> wrote:
>
>> Are they voting or non-voting?
>>
>
> I think browser tests should always be non-voting.  Therein lies a
> day-long training session...
>

‚ÄčAnd FWIW I fundamentally disagree. :-)

Non-voting tests are routinely ignored. If your change breaks a test, you
should either fix your code or update the test; both of these actions are
conscious responses to the outcome of the test, and if they're not part of
the pre-merge workflow they too rarely don't happen.

J.
-- 
James D. Forrester
Product Manager, VisualEditor
Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.

jforrester at wikimedia.org | @jdforrester
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