As a quality community team, we've been continuing to make progress this cycle on automating our testcases, especially the new applications that are being written for ubuntu touch. These 'core apps' are being written by other community members for the next generation of ubuntu.
We're also making progress on our desktop applications and automating the ubiquity installer. With that in mind, I'm going to start a little blog series highlighting a package a day for automating. I'll dub it rather unoriginally "Testing All The Things". My goal is to showcase the wonderful work going on with testing this cycle in ubuntu, but also to encourage you dear reader to get involved in helping us. All areas of ubuntu (flavors too!) can benefit from some robot friends helping test the packages they work on and utilize.
But you don't need to wait to see your favorite app hit the list. Hit up the tutorials below for information to dive in and help us!
Core Apps Test Wiki
Writing an autopilot test for ubuntu sdk applications
QML Autopilot Tutorial with example application
Autopilot Tests Project
Writing an autopilot test for desktop applications
June 27th, 2013 by Nicholas Skaggs
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