Test case writing

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com
Wed May 22 17:00:24 UTC 2013

We actually evaulated this tool some time ago before moving forward with 
the qatracker. At the time it was still very much in development :-) We 
even discussed importing and/or an API we could tap into. Ultimately we 
decided against adopting the tool, but what we use is always up for 
discussion, provided there are folks passionate about a tool and willing 
to help make the conversion. That said I found the tool a bit overkill 
and not well suited to our workflow. It is neat to see how far they've 
come since I played with it last however -- a wonderful team of folks 
work on it from mozilla :-)


On 05/21/2013 06:18 PM, Javier P.L. wrote:
> On 21/05/13 at 11:02pm, David Morley wrote:
>> Just a quick heads up about a great tool for writing manual test cases.
>> Moztrap ,  Moztrap  is a server side tool that provides a simple interface for writing test cases. Because of it's frame work it is easy to modify steps, add and remove steps and a nice way to mark off that you have run the tests.
> Wowo, very impressive, I'm a little bit jealous =P, just checked https://moztrap.mozilla.org/runtests out
>> I'm pretty sure that the tests could easily be added to the current tracker as an accompanying technology but thought I would give it a shout out :-)
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