Am 19.09.2011 20:12, schrieb Jos Poortvliet:
On 19.09.2011 Bernhard wrote:
last weekend I did a series of updates for OS-autoinst (the test-engine powering the http://openQA.opensuse.org/ service) that added fully automated testing of the latest openSUSE:Tumbleweed:Testing repo version.
See http://openqa.opensuse.org/results/?match=Tumbleweed For now, tests are scheduled to run daily for my two prepared 11.4 base images (gnome32 and kde64). Of course, someone or something will have to check the results regularly for them to be useful.
Additionally, live distribution upgrades with zypper dup from 11.4 to Factory are tested as well now. This should make bugs like bnc#677425 (zypper dup removing liblzma) a lot harder to slip through. Results: http://openqa.opensuse.org/results/?match=zdup
The OS-autoinst code went into https://gitorious.org/os-autoinst/os-autoinst
and the slightly ugly frontend/scheduler change is in https://gitorious.org/os-autoinst/opensuse/commit/2d6d1fc09ba4fcda0a4 a0bb0769bfaff44f021c7
With some added HowTo and polishing for OS-autoinst, it should soon be in shape for the 1.0 tag.
Awesomeness. As some might know, the news/marketing team would like to give openQA some extra attention, and we will do that with the announcement of openQA 1.0 in a few weeks. So I guess this should be part of that announcement...
Manu Gupta has prepared most of the promo for openQA already, including announcement, articles and other stuff.
On that note, Manu, could you mail me the etherpad link you put the already written articles in?
Ciao Bernhard M.
Jos, Bernhard, Manu, list(s)!
You collected some stuff? Really nice to hear! Could one of you pass me a list of the key people behind openQA? If there were so much stuff about it, it shouldn´t lack of an interview for People of openSUSE, right? ;-)
So, it would be nice to have one or two (it´s also time, because I want to see the People of openSUSE section back in the Weekly News soon :D )
thanks in advance,