[Libreoffice-qa] manual testing

Rimas Kudelis rq at akl.lt
Mon Feb 27 08:12:46 PST 2012


2012.02.27 13:30, Pedro wrote:
> 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.

I don't know why you assume it's a Windows-only tool then. Don't you 
have a web browser in your other OS? :)

> 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
> site)
> 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)

OpenID integration is a great idea indeed. I too hate to create separate 
logins for each website or service, and then end up with a bunch of 
different passwords I can't remember and/or a bunch of shared passwords 
that are insecure...

I've added this suggestion to the TODO list 
(https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Litmus_TODO), but I can't promise I 
will be looking into it anytime soon. Litmus' source is available 
though, so I'd welcome contributions. ;)


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