QA Automation Services is happy to announce that Mozmill Crowd 0.1.3 has been released. With this minor release Mozmill Crowd now got its own branding for the extension itself, and on AMO. Thanks goes to Tara Shahian and her team for their support in creating the icon. We think it looks brilliant. What do you […] Continue reading
Posts tagged with “testing”
As blogged by Release Engineering last week the Firefox 3.5 builds have been stopped. That means there are no more daily nightly builds available Mozilla QA will have to test with Mozmill. According to this action we also have turned off our daily test-runs for the latest Firefox 3.5.x builds on all platforms. At the […] Continue reading
Mozilla will be hosting a talk by Lanette Creamer, aka, The Testy
Redhead on June 14 at 12:00pm which is open to the public and will be
streamed live on air.mozilla.com.
Lanette will be speaking about testing for the user experience with
workflow test… Continue reading
Last month as part of Mozilla’s QA tech talk series Shmuel spoke about
exploratory testing and in particular an open source tool that he
authored. I apologize for the delay however I’m happy to have a link to
the ogg video for those of you who couldn’t… Continue reading
Keeping this brief … If writing Selenium tests excites you and you
would like to contribute we need your help. March 29th Mozilla’s WebQA
Team is hosting a test day.
If you’re interested in finding out more please reach out to us.
March 29th Test Day
The Mozilla QA Automation team proudly presents the next version of the MozMill Crowd extension which has been released today. With Mozmill Crowd 0.1.2 we now support the Endurance Tests, which have been used a lot in the last couple of weeks to find memory leaks in Firefox. Now as part of the crowd extension, […] Continue reading
Since I have been started to work on Mozmill tests for Firefox early 2009, our QA Automation Team has been grown and got a lot of work done. A fair amount of functional tests have been created, followed by a separate test-run of automated software update tests. Those two kinds of tests have been proven […] Continue reading