[openstack-dev] [qa] Tracking development of scenario tests

Giulio Fidente gfidente at redhat.com
Thu Nov 14 05:23:22 UTC 2013

On 11/14/2013 12:24 AM, David Kranz wrote:
> 1. Developer checks in the zeroth version of a scenario test as work in
> progress. It contains a description of the test, and     possibly work
> items.  This will "claim" the area of the proposed scenario to avoid
> duplication and allow others to comment through gerrit.
> 2. The developer pushes new versions, removing work in progress if the
> code is in working state and a review is desired and/or others will be
> contributing to the scenario.
> 3. When finished, any process-oriented content such as progress tracking
> is removed and the test is ready for final review.

+1 , the description will eventually contribute to documenting the scenarios

yet the submitter (step 1) remains in charge of adding to the draft the 

how about we map at least one volunteer to each service (via the HACKING 
file) and ask submitters to add such a person as reviewer of its drafts 
when the tests touch the service? this should help avoid tests duplication.

I very much like the idea of using gerrit for this
Giulio Fidente
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