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Re: [atomic-devel] moving atomic-host-tests repo under projectatomic org

On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 11:58 AM, Micah Abbott <miabbott redhat com> wrote:
Hi folks-

At my $DAYJOB, I do QE for RHEL Atomic Host.  We have a collection of automation that we use to test releases and I was tasked on moving those tests upstream [1][2].

The tests were originally developed using UATFramework [3] which used Python + behave + Ansible to perform various actions.  While the behave BDD model had some advantages, we never got broad adoption of the framework.

​+1 to using the tools that work for you. I think this lowers the barrier to contributing to tests, which is a good thing.
To move the tests upstream, I ported some of them to Ansible playbooks with pretty good results.  Now the playbooks run against the Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS versions of Atomic Host.

Nice. Do you have any concerns about scope creep of these tests? Is that pretty well defined? It looks like the tests could be categorized as single host integration tests.

There's still more tests to move upstream and plenty more work to improve them, so I'd like to move my repo of tests on Github [4] under the projectatomic org [5].

​This may be a good time to consider deprecating some of the repos under the projectatomic Github org.
Assuming there are no objections, I would like to complete the transfer tomorrow, Friday April 8.



[1] https://trello.com/c/XoQBEeac/26-3-upstream-first-sanity-tests-upstream-for-atomic-trees
[2] https://trello.com/c/n6m3xMDN/134-3-adapt-upgrade-rollback-tests-for-upstream-use-upstream-first
[3] https://github.com/aweiteka/UATFramework
[4] https://github.com/miabbott/atomic-host-tests
[5] https://github.com/projectatomic/

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