[Webtest] WebTest @ ApacheCon US 2007

Paul King Paul King <paulk@asert.com.au>
Mon, 30 Apr 2007 23:36:39 +1000

Not to mention httpclient and the other commons libs that are used
under the covers.


Marc Guillemot wrote:
> Hi,
> I've just filled out the Call for Paper form for the ApacheCon
> conference next November in Atlanta with a proposal:
> Powerful Web App UI Testing with Ant and WebTest
> I fear that the chances of being accepted are quite small as quality
> assurance isn't at all in focus of this conference. Nevertheless I think
> that a WebTest session would fit in the program because:
> - WebTest is probably what makes the most intensive usage of Apache Ant
> - WebTest uses NekoHtml which uses Apache Xerces
> - Apache hosts many important frameworks for web applications
> development. Taking care of the quality of the developed applications is
> surely not fully irrelevant
> - ...
> If you have 5 minutes time and want to increase the chances of my
> submission, you can go to http://apachecon.com/html/login.html and go to
> "Rate the session proposals" (caution, the "real" submission is
> "Powerful Web App UI Testing with Ant and WebTest", the one with "test"
> rather that "Testing" should not exist, but it's not possible to edit a
> submitted session). Thanks.
> Happy testing,
> Marc.
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