by Richard Brown

Richard is from England but currently lives in Nuremberg in Germany, and is employed as openSUSE Chairman and as a QA Engineer by SUSE.
Involved in openSUSE/SUSE since 2003, Richard has contributed to various aspects of the project, including supporting users on IRC, testing/bug reporting, packaging, marketing, ambassadors and artwork.
In addition to being Chairman, Richard is still involved as a maintainer of GNOME and the openSUSE branding packages, and working on openQA

This session will be serve as an introduction to openQA and demonstrate how it can be used to write tests for more than just openSUSE and it's distributions. Using the example of Fedora Linux, this session will describe a methodology for designing an openQA test suite and give an guide on how attendees could go about building their own openQA test suites.
Attendees do not need any past experience with openQA or it's Perl-based Domain Specific Language, but it will help.

2015 May 3 10:15
1 h
Main hall
openSUSE Conference
Community, collaboration and Cooperation