Love Ubuntu? Want to help? Karmic Beta candidate images have started to appear in the ISO tracker. You don’t know how to use it? It is pretty easy!
As part as the Ubuntu Developer Week, I gave a Mago tutorial on how to add new test cases to available applications in the Mago library. I have reformatted a bit the logs to make the reading easier and it … Continue reading
This post is going to be all about the ISO Testing Tracker. You might know it already, it’s been with us for a while. But, like old friends, sometimes you need a reminder that they are there and give them … Continue reading
If you search for software testing automation in your favourite search engine you will find a lot of matches about testing automation of web applications, lots of proprietary software to test proprietary desktop software, lots of FOSS to test web … Continue reading
It is great to see more and more people interested in Mago. When I started the project about a year ago (by that time it was called Ubuntu Desktop Testing), it was an in-house project I created to solve the … Continue reading
In about a couple of hours (16UTC) I will be giving a Mago tutorial as part of the Ubuntu Developer Week. Please, join us on #ubuntu-classroom for a quick hands-on Mago training session!