[Libreoffice-qa] manual testing

Pedro pedlino at gmail.com
Mon Feb 27 03:30:13 PST 2012

Sophie Gautier wrote
> No, Litmus is an online tool to manage manual test cases. 
> -snip-
> It's really simple to use for the tester, he just has to reproduce what 
> he is reading on the Litmus site into LibreOffice and then mark the test 
> as passed, skip or failed, nothing more :)

Yes, that was my understanding of Litmus.

One thing that could be done to make the Litmus site more  user attractive
would be to add an OpenID login option (like in the ask.libreoffice.org

Personally I haven't tested Litmus because I really don't feel like
registering to yet another site (I have already registered to three mailing
lists, the Nabble site and the wiki)


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