Modification to test plan layout
jeffrey.lane at canonical.com
Wed Mar 22 18:42:05 UTC 2017
Forgive me if this is already planned out, but it occurred to me that
adding more and more "features" to tests means we should make sure
test plans can follow the same format as job descriptions. This
already happens, really, but I'd propose ensuring that the add-ons are
also treated the same way, rather than simply tabbed out from the job
This would allow the addition of any number of items to a test without
being terribly wide or unweildy.
An example might look something like this:
some tests in a list
Additionally, it seems to me that the status option is a bit overly
complex. Rather than:
I'd propose simply looking for the keyword blocker. like this:
especially if there no real use for the "non-blocker" status. Since
lines without any certification-status option and lines with
certification-status=non-blocker seem to be handled the same way, the
only one that really has any effect on results display is "blocker".
So I thought I'd share the idea...
Thoughts? Can we do something like this?
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