It’s been a while since the last time I blogged about Mago, but Natty is going to be an exciting cycle for desktop testing automation (a lot is happening!) and I would like to present some of the work we … Continue reading
I have been busy with the release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and, although it may seem that Mago activity has decreased, there are some news related to the project that I want to share before UDS. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS has … Continue reading
This is old news, but I have been busy lately and I just haven’t had the time for a quick post about it. I wrote an introductory article about Mago for the GNOME Journal and it was published in its … 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
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!
Yes, if you updated your Karmic repositories lately, you can install Mago just typing “sudo apt-get install mago”. What does that mean? Not much, for the moment. We have packaged the library and harness, but not the tests. Once you … Continue reading
A year ago I started a project, as part of my work at Canonical QA team, that aimed to have a consistent way to add automated desktop tests to Ubuntu. That project was originally called Ubuntu Desktop Testing. The project … Continue reading