The first release-candiates of v1.0.0 are out now! After all features for the v1.0.0 release are completed, we continue testing the SystemTestPortal. The latest feature is the management of members in a project. In addition to this, we fixed some issues with the encoding of urls and some details regarding the user-interface. The road to the release of v1.0.0 of the SystemTestPortal continues and we will keep you up to date.
The beta version of SystemTestPortal 1.0.0 is available now! This update brings a test plan to manually test the SystemTestPortal (yes, we can eat our own dog food now!). Furthermore, several bugs that emerged with the renaming of tests were fixed and the automatic testing of the system was improved. Due to the soon end of the first students project, the documentation for upcoming developers was enhanced and completed. In a few days, we will release the final version of the SystemTestPortal 1.
We are excited to announce that we got both a talk about our project as well as a stand accepted at this year’s “Linux-Infotag” in Augsburg/Germany. The Linux-Infotag Augsburg is a local event about free software and the digital society. It is a well-established traditional event that will take place for the 17th time. Unlike FOSDEM, the Linux-Infotag Augsburg is not a meeting for geeks and developers, but also for regular end-users and other parties that want to learn about Linux and other free software projects.
Our project started as a student project back in April last year. It was designed for a runtime of 12 months. As with all free software projects based on students’ work, once the project reaches its designated end as defined by the scholar program, the team will transform from study-motivated collaborators to voluntary collaborators. Since the timetables of students are usually pretty full, there is the risk of future development activities to slow down.
Version 0.11.0 of the SystemTestPortal is now available! Your projects and all tests are now stored permanently, even if the server does not run. This important change is accompanied by some bugfixes concerning the exploration of projects and protocols. For more details, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues for this release.
Daniel presented SystemTestPortal to a broader audience in the Automation and Testing devroom at FOSDEM today! For our project, this was the first event of this kind, and we are proud that we actually made it directly to FOSDEM! The talk was well-received by the attendees, and we received a number of feature requests. We learned that community members prefer to use docker in order to test-drive new (web) applications, and, thus, we will seriously consider providing a docker image in the near future.
After a very busy week, we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of SystemTestPortal 0.10.0! This release brings comments which allow users to discuss test cases with other users. Additionally both the name and the description of a project can now be edited. As always we fixed some bugs and improved the overall user experience. For more details, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues for this release.
It is our pleasure to announce the immediate availability of SystemTestPortal 0.9.0. In this release, we implemented the printable layout that allows to print test cases and test sequences directly from your browser. We also added the ability to create labels (with user-selectable colors) and to delete them. Moreover, a number of bugs have been fixed, making the overall UX more smooth. For more details, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues for this release.
We are releasing SystemTestPortal 0.8.0 today! This is basically a bugfix release that closes a number of bugs. We also implemented some internal improvements related to the routing between pages and did more groundwork towards the addition of the persistency layer. In addition to system-under-test versions, we now support sut-variants. For more details, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues for this release.
We are happy to announce that the proposal we had submitted to present our project was accepted in the “Testing and Automation” devroom for FOSDEM’18 in Brussels! Making our project visible to a broader audience by getting it to FOSDEM was a major goal for us from the very beginning, and finally getting there is a huge reward for the all hard work we have put into this project. In case you don’t know about FOSDEM - FOSDEM is a two-day event organised by volunteers to promote the widespread use of free and open source software.