v1.2-rc is out now! This release adds support for test sequences to the dashboard. The dashboard now also links releated test cases, test sequences and test case protocols. To better reflect the meaning of versions and variants we have also decided to invert versions and variants in v1.2-rc. Furthermore v1.2-rc contains various smaller additions, changes and bug fixes that can be found as usual in our changelog or the list of resolved issues
v1.1-rc is out now! This release adds support for storing and displaying project images. It also adds visibility settings for projects. Due to the huge migration wave to Gitlab after the aquisition of a competing platform by a well-known North American Software giant, the CI is pretty slow. Therefore, we are unable to provide binary builds at the moment but we will do so once the situation is resolved. If you are looking for binary builds in the meantime, you can can use our Tübix builds which are almost identical except for the sample database.
v1.1-beta is out now! This release fixes some bugs in the persistent version of SystemTestPortal and adds backend tests for the dashboard. For more details about the changes in this version, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues.
v1.1-alpha is out now! This update brings a preview of the next notable and exciting feature, namely the Dashboard. Additionally, backend and frontend support for colored labels was added and the usability of the manage variants and versions dialog was improved. The beta version is planned to be released in one week! For more details about the changes in this version, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues.
We are happy to announce the release of v1.0.0! After thoroughly testing v1.0.0-RC4 for weeks we decided to finally release v1.0.0. Please note that support for persistent storage is still experimental in this release! This feature will be supported in v1.1 that will become available in early June. Users who require persistent storage (i.e., every real-life use case and not a demo system) are advised to wait for v1.1. Please note: This update does not add any new features to the previously released v1.
We have great news for all testers in the “Ländle” (Baden-Württemberg, Germany) - the two proposals we submitted for Tübix were both accepted! Thus, we will offer both a 110-minutes-workshop and a stand at Tübix on June, 9. In case you never heard about Tübix: It’s probably the greatest event for everybody interested in Linux and free software from the area of Stuttgart. This one-day event is located in the wonderful city of Tübingen, offers a lot of intesting talks and great opportunities to meet local hackers.
We are happy to announce that the fourth and last release-candidate for v1.0.0 is out now! RC4 adds backend support for user roles and user permissions. As we think that this will be the last release candidate before v1.0.0 can be released, we are going to shift our focus and begin to work on exciting new features! More detailed information will follow shortly. The alpha version with a first preview of the upcoming features is planned to be released in 2 weeks!
The third release-candidate for v1.0.0 is out now! We fixed some issues with the execution of test sequences and changed parts of the UI. The final release candidate for v1.0.0, namely RC4, is planned to be released next week. Note: The paragraph above describes the most notable changes of RC3. For more details about the changes in this version, please consult the changelog or the list of resolved issues.
Yesterday, we attended the Linux-Infotag in Augsburg and presented our project both in a 45-minutes-talk and on our stand. First of all, we would like to thank the organizers for giving us this opportunity and for the great organization of this event. It was awesome! Our impression was that both our talk and the stand were received quite well by the audience. Surprisingly, the audience was quite diverse: While most people visiting our stand were surprised once we told them that our system was not a tool to automate testing, the audience in the talk catch the purpose of our mission with much more ease.