I am planning to run regular (e.g. daily to weekly) semi-automatic tests of current factory .isos to increase installability/testability of those and milestone releases for testers, thus increasing overall quality.
Todays score is poor. Out of 5 tested .isos only the i586-NET got past the install stage and even then hung during the printer configuration phase, so 0.5/5 would be a fair total.
I run this on KVM with a self-made perl script generating keyboard-input and capturing pictures (currently 2/sec). As a nice side-effect, there can now be seen compact ogg-theora-videos of the current boot/install having 6x speed at http://www3.zq1.de/bernhard/mirror/opensuse/video/
You might also notice the predicted remaining time on the NET-install to jump up and down. Also the "Loading Installation System" part of the NET-boot is suspiciously long at 100%... and does not have a size given.
If you are interested in those scripts, you can get them from http://www3.zq1.de/bernhard/git/autoinst/ but they are nowhere near perfect, yet.
have a lot of fun