On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 15:25:17 +0200, Erik Skultety wrote: > On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 10:50:33AM +0200, Peter Krempa wrote: > > It probably does not make sense to do tests using that toolkit any more. > > At first I thought so too, I even thought that there hasn't been any commits to > the repo for a long time, it turned out I was wrong, there's still some work > going on, so I don't think we should abandon it completely. The fact that I > (and most probably you too - sorry, I just assumed your testing habits) don't > use it for testing doesn't mean, we should discourage others from giving the > framework a try, we're not mandating the usage so I don't see an issue with > the. With that said, once we have a proper continuous integration running > upstream, then I'd say we should start encouraging users to use the avocado > framework instead. However, for the time being, it's a NACK from me, maybe Dan > has a different feeling about this. Since the last non-maintenance commit for this section was in 2013, I don't think that mentioning any particular project makes sense. Avocado may become obsolete in another 5 years and I doubt that anybody will bother to update this document for the new hip project's name. I'm also okay just dropping this and making any poor soul which will follow that document to resolve any obsolete part by themselves.
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