On Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Róman Joost <rjoost(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 03:29:29PM +1000, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> I had an interesting email discussion with Adam Williamson in Fedora
> QA after he posted to the Fedora qa-devel list about getting OpenQA
> set up in Fedora infrastructure to automate some of their previously
> manual release testing activities and post the results back to the
> Fedora wiki.
> With Fedora 23 almost out the door, it seems to me that earlyish in
> the Fedora 24 cycle might be a good time to experiment further with
> the instance at beaker.fedoraproject.org
, but that would depend on
> resolving the remaining Fedora integration issues.
> Is there a status update available on those at all?
After talking to Dan, we bumped the Fedora involvement to the top of our
items to focus on next. As I'm currently aware there is not much left to
call this item as done.
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Indeed, it's very helpful. As a possible concrete goal, one of the
things Adam mentioned needing help with is integration testing for
FreeIPA as the "Domain Controller" role becomes a suggested use case
for Fedora Server.
FreeIPA already has a Beaker based integration testing page at
, so getting that up
and running in beaker.fedoraproject.org
could be a good way to take
some of the related manual testing load off Fedora QA.
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