New Volounteer for Testing
Driss Ben Zoubeir
driss.zoubeir at gmail.com
Wed Jan 24 08:52:56 UTC 2018
happy to hear from you!
UI testing topic sounds for me very interessting. It will be great to know
how it works and how can I add more test.
The other issue is that I did not receive the response from Xisco in my
email. I saw it the mailing list archive after I read your message.
For Testlink I think an only Admin can create an account for me.
 https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/ : Account is created and works
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA/GetInvolved : already read.
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/TestLink: account needed
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/UITests: read
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA: still going through the
topic under this page
2018-01-22 23:41 GMT+01:00 Markus Mohrhard <markus.mohrhard at googlemail.com>:
> Hello Driss,
> On Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 10:06 AM, Driss Ben Zoubeir <
> driss.zoubeir at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi libre office community,
>> my name is Driss from Munich. I started before 3 years as Volounteer in
>> Open Office community and successfully solved some bugs. Now I want to
>> contribute to libre office, but in Testing. I know this is the developer
>> mailing list, but according to the website of libre Office I have to
>> contact the devoloper list, if I want to help in programming automated
>> I have about 3 to 6 hours or even more per Week to Help with Testing. I
>> already have some basic knowledge on Testing: Google Test, Unity, Google
>> Mock, CMock, Tessy, jenkins...
>> I would appreciate if you can Help me to start contributing on Testing.
> I see that you already have some experience with testing frameworks so I
> wanted to add a few more options to Xisco's answer. LibreOffice has a large
> automated testing framework based on cppunit that is run during the build.
> Most of these tests are unit and integration tests but many of them require
> quite some understanding of how the corresponding code works to be able to
> add a test. However if you have some area that you are especially
> interested we might be able to find ways that you can contribute to these
> tests without deep knowledge of the corresponding code.
> Additionally, we have as Xisco managed a new UI testing framework that is
> written in python and is built on top of the python unittest module. One of
> our volunteers has been quite active adding writer UI tests in the last few
> weeks (https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/#/q/owner:zcrhonek%
> 2540gmail.com+status:open). If you are interested we can give you some
> more background how these tests work, how to extend the test framework and
> how to add additional useful tests. As an example many of the test case in
> TestLink could be converted from manual tests to automated UI tests or
> integration tests.
> If you are still interested in a more coding related testing effort but
> none of the two above look that interesting to you I still have one or two
> ideas for automated testing that have not been started or not yet been
> ready. These mostly are python based testing concepts for problems that can
> not be tested with the existing frameworks.
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