Ever wondered how we test Zenoss? Is there some part of the system you don’t think gets enough coverage? Do you have a scenario you wish we would cover more thoroughly? Well now is your chance to get involved with how Zenoss tests each and every release. We’ve added a new How to Add a Test Case FAQ with the intention of opening up our testing process to your feedback. As part of the ongoing Zenoss QA initiatives, allowing community members to enter test cases into the Zenoss TestLink system will serve a number of goals:
- It will help to increase the quality of every subsequent Zenoss release
- It will help Zenoss to test the specific case(s) that our users are most interested in
- Test cases that conflict with documentation can be flagged and resolved
- Test cases can often augment product documentation with verified examples
- Ability to test hardware and software that Zenoss does not have in it’s test lab (community members can execute tests too)
No accounts are necessary, you can just login with a zenoss user/password account and start contributing.
For a well written and in-depth article about test cases, please read this page from the Mozilla project: http://archive.quality.mozilla.org/litmus/create-testcases
Thanks for your help in making the Zenoss system better!