Similar to last week a couple members from our team were partly away last week given the return travels from the Mozilla Summit. So we have lesser announcements to make, except that we hopefully found a couple of new volunteers for test automation! Which would be fantastic.
As of last week we got our new Mac Minis in SCL3 setup by IT. That means that we have expanded our Mozmill-CI to also run pulse triggered tests for all supported versions of Firefox on OS X 10.9. Since then 2 betas have been tested and no failures occurred. I call this a great start! Further I have prepared a further single Mac Mini for each 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8. So we have 4 nodes per OS X version to run tests on. Linux and Windows will follow shortly.
Further a fix has been landed for httpd.js, which solves one of our pain points in using that server. With it we can save a lot of time, and as already posted yesterday, we have released Mozmill 1.5.24 for it.
Further please welcome our new contributor Kamil Kjozwiak, who wants to help us with the creation of Mozmill tests for Firefox Metro.
For more granular updates of each individual team member please visit our weekly team etherpad.
If you are interested in further details and discussions you might also want to have a look at the meeting agenda and notes from this weeks Automation Development meeting.