On Thu, 2008-06-05 at 13:42 -0400, David Malcolm wrote: > Testopia (http://www.mozilla.org/projects/testopia/) is an extension of > Bugzilla (http://www.bugzilla.org/) that adds test-case management, > allowing test plans and result reporting to be integrated into the > Bugzilla web UI. > > I'm looking to set up a proof of concept deployment of Testopia for > Fedora. The idea is to experiment with managing installation testing > via this, to see if it works better than using the wiki. There are > various XML-RPC hooks it supports that might help with automating some > of our testing. > > It patches the core of Bugzilla, and hence has to be built as part of > the core package, rather than a separate srpm. I've submitted a > testopia package for review as bug 450013. > > We wouldn't be using the bug-tracking capabilities of it; instead treat > the bz nature of it as simply the libraries/modules that form the > run-time environment. > > For now I'd like a virtual machine as a playground for setting this up. > RHEL5.2 OS, 1 gig memory, and 10 gig of disk space would probably be > adequate for now. > > I have no idea what the resource constraints are like for Fedora, so if > this is unreasonable then please say so. > I've agreed to sponsor these folks in this request for resources. I'll get a ticket filed today and start work. Mike McGrath has granted me the right to use publictest2 once I've confirmed that all users of this test instance are done with it. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- Freedom² is a feature!
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