Them, Freeloaders.

A sweeping glance across a room full of people gives you a fair idea of who belongs and who doesn’t. Murial was a misfit. Like most students pretending to be financially independent, she was broke, and hiding it well. With a cheap discounted belle to  go with the only nice skirt she had, she thought […]

Navigating the UI by ipython

However brilliant an API is, one never discovers its wonders without really learning how to use it. While some API’s are developer friendly and let their utility be discovered with ease, I found one which has been a rare used tool of awesome in the hiding. Behave and Dogtail (in ipython majorly) in conjunct have […]

GUADEC’14, Strasbourg

GUADEC’14, Strasbourg marked many things for me. My second GUADEC – check . A QA Team kickstarted – check. Discussions with release team – check. Sightseeing and dining out with the most diverse geeks – check. Celebrating a grand birthday – check. While the above is a brief summary of how the last 10 days […]

Making Evince “Behave” & GUADEC!

This is probably going to be the shortest post I will be writing, but then it’s GUADEC time! My latest component is Evince, the document viewer. I am building up on the same infrastructre as we did for Weather testing, and have put together some basic tests for the application. These can be found HERE […]

Making applications “behave”

After the previous post wherein we setup gnome-continuous, the next phase of my project involves writing tests for applications installed in it. I started with gnome-weather.To start with one can upgrade the previously installed image to latest version from with “ostree admin upgrade” (restart required).There are majorly 2 ways to approach writing tests. By […]