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Litmus Roadmap draft

Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
Richard Hodgson
Date:
2011-10-19 @ 12:05
Hiya,

I've added a draft roadmap page for Litmus...
https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap

Thoughts?

Re: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
Tom Yandell
Date:
2011-10-19 @ 12:38
On 19 October 2011 13:30, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:

>  On 19/10/2011 13:05, Richard Hodgson wrote:
>
> Hiya,
>
> I've added a draft roadmap page for 
Litmus...https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap
>
> Thoughts?
>
>  Cool, I've added some too - think we should have dynamic
>

Oops, didn't think i'd hit "send". Anyway, I think we should have dynamic
formatters that show the progress of test runs and static ones for
formatting the results of runs afterwards (might be useful for headless
tests, tests farmed out to different devices, etc.). Also added js-signals
for the events, which would help with the dynamic formatting.

Nice work getting it back to working in a browser (
https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/tree/basic-clientside), I'm starting to
get excited by this project now.

Tom

Re: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
tom@yandell.me.uk
Date:
2011-10-26 @ 06:35
Yeah, exactly.

Tom

----- Reply message -----
From: "Richard Hodgson" <rightaboutnow@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Oct 26, 2011 00:40
Subject: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft
To: <usenode@librelist.com>

Some further additions...


https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap/_compare/3a7370c2f47ba2918d0745b6de79fd9d3fc8e362...b54df1c469ddb1c8f06700cbe3b6da3ec8d4852b

On the subject of blog posts on the usenode site, I'd like to be able
to add small articles or guides that talk about a particular technique
or idea.

An example of this is the webapp tests I wrote for Bluff, it'd be nice
to to be able to quick write something up and publish it on the site.

Is that the kind of thing you had in mind?

On 19 October 2011 22:03, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>
> On 19 October 2011 19:54, Richard Hodgson <rightaboutnow@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> On 19 Oct 2011, at 14:08, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>
>> I've added a roadmap for Proton, covering the work I've been spending my
>> evenings on:
>> https://github.com/usenode/proton.js/wiki/Roadmap
>>
>> I wrote the Litmus ones in (hopefully) priority order. Does that apply to
>> the proton ones too?
>
> Yeah, I guess. Hope to get that sorted soon, and then there shouldn't need
> to be too many more changes to Proton for a while - it's very intentionally
> minimal. Would like to beef the docs up some (particularly using with micro,
> jsgi or connect apps - e.g. express).
>
>>
>> Would be good to have one for the site.
>>
>> Yeap, I'll jot down some of the things I mentioned to Nikos and send round
>> for review.
>
> Cool, what do you think about having blog posts on there?
> Tom
>
>>
>> Tom
>>
>> On 19 October 2011 13:38, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>>
>>> On 19 October 2011 13:30, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> On 19/10/2011 13:05, Richard Hodgson wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hiya,
>>>>
>>>> I've added a draft roadmap page for Litmus...
>>>> https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap
>>>>
>>>> Thoughts?
>>>>
>>>> Cool, I've added some too - think we should have dynamic
>>>
>>> Oops, didn't think i'd hit "send". Anyway, I think we should have dynamic
>>> formatters that show the progress of test runs and static ones for
>>> formatting the results of runs afterwards (might be useful for headless
>>> tests, tests farmed out to different devices, etc.). Also added js-signals
>>> for the events, which would help with the dynamic formatting.
>>> Nice work getting it back to working in a browser
>>> (https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/tree/basic-clientside), I'm starting
>>> to get excited by this project now.
>>> Tom
>
>

Re: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
Tom Yandell
Date:
2011-10-19 @ 13:08
I've added a roadmap for Proton, covering the work I've been spending my
evenings on:

https://github.com/usenode/proton.js/wiki/Roadmap

Would be good to have one for the site.

Tom


On 19 October 2011 13:38, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:

> On 19 October 2011 13:30, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>
>>  On 19/10/2011 13:05, Richard Hodgson wrote:
>>
>> Hiya,
>>
>> I've added a draft roadmap page for 
Litmus...https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap
>>
>> Thoughts?
>>
>>  Cool, I've added some too - think we should have dynamic
>>
>
> Oops, didn't think i'd hit "send". Anyway, I think we should have dynamic
> formatters that show the progress of test runs and static ones for
> formatting the results of runs afterwards (might be useful for headless
> tests, tests farmed out to different devices, etc.). Also added js-signals
> for the events, which would help with the dynamic formatting.
>
> Nice work getting it back to working in a browser (
> https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/tree/basic-clientside), I'm starting
> to get excited by this project now.
>
> Tom
>

Re: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
Richard Hodgson
Date:
2011-10-19 @ 18:54
On 19 Oct 2011, at 14:08, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:

> I've added a roadmap for Proton, covering the work I've been spending my
evenings on:
> 
> https://github.com/usenode/proton.js/wiki/Roadmap
> 

I wrote the Litmus ones in (hopefully) priority order. Does that apply to 
the proton ones too?

> Would be good to have one for the site.
> 

Yeap, I'll jot down some of the things I mentioned to Nikos and send round
for review. 

> Tom
> 
> 
> On 19 October 2011 13:38, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
> On 19 October 2011 13:30, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
> On 19/10/2011 13:05, Richard Hodgson wrote:
>> 
>> Hiya,
>> 
>> I've added a draft roadmap page for Litmus...
>> https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap
>> 
>> Thoughts?
> Cool, I've added some too - think we should have dynamic 
> 
> Oops, didn't think i'd hit "send". Anyway, I think we should have 
dynamic formatters that show the progress of test runs and static ones for
formatting the results of runs afterwards (might be useful for headless 
tests, tests farmed out to different devices, etc.). Also added js-signals
for the events, which would help with the dynamic formatting.
> 
> Nice work getting it back to working in a browser 
(https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/tree/basic-clientside), I'm starting
to get excited by this project now.
> 
> Tom
> 

Re: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
Tom Yandell
Date:
2011-10-19 @ 21:03
On 19 October 2011 19:54, Richard Hodgson <rightaboutnow@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> On 19 Oct 2011, at 14:08, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>
> I've added a roadmap for Proton, covering the work I've been spending my
> evenings on:
>
> https://github.com/usenode/proton.js/wiki/Roadmap
>
>
> I wrote the Litmus ones in (hopefully) priority order. Does that apply to
> the proton ones too?
>

Yeah, I guess. Hope to get that sorted soon, and then there shouldn't need
to be too many more changes to Proton for a while - it's very intentionally
minimal. Would like to beef the docs up some (particularly using with micro,
jsgi or connect apps - e.g. express).


> Would be good to have one for the site.
>
>
> Yeap, I'll jot down some of the things I mentioned to Nikos and send round
> for review.
>

Cool, what do you think about having blog posts on there?

Tom


>
> Tom
>
>
> On 19 October 2011 13:38, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>
>> On 19 October 2011 13:30, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>
>>>  On 19/10/2011 13:05, Richard Hodgson wrote:
>>>
>>> Hiya,
>>>
>>> I've added a draft roadmap page for 
Litmus...https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap
>>>
>>> Thoughts?
>>>
>>>  Cool, I've added some too - think we should have dynamic
>>>
>>
>> Oops, didn't think i'd hit "send". Anyway, I think we should have dynamic
>> formatters that show the progress of test runs and static ones for
>> formatting the results of runs afterwards (might be useful for headless
>> tests, tests farmed out to different devices, etc.). Also added js-signals
>> for the events, which would help with the dynamic formatting.
>>
>> Nice work getting it back to working in a browser (
>> https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/tree/basic-clientside), I'm starting
>> to get excited by this project now.
>>
>> Tom
>>
>
>

Re: [usenode] Litmus Roadmap draft

From:
Richard Hodgson
Date:
2011-10-25 @ 23:40
Some further additions...


https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap/_compare/3a7370c2f47ba2918d0745b6de79fd9d3fc8e362...b54df1c469ddb1c8f06700cbe3b6da3ec8d4852b

On the subject of blog posts on the usenode site, I'd like to be able
to add small articles or guides that talk about a particular technique
or idea.

An example of this is the webapp tests I wrote for Bluff, it'd be nice
to to be able to quick write something up and publish it on the site.

Is that the kind of thing you had in mind?

On 19 October 2011 22:03, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>
> On 19 October 2011 19:54, Richard Hodgson <rightaboutnow@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> On 19 Oct 2011, at 14:08, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>
>> I've added a roadmap for Proton, covering the work I've been spending my
>> evenings on:
>> https://github.com/usenode/proton.js/wiki/Roadmap
>>
>> I wrote the Litmus ones in (hopefully) priority order. Does that apply to
>> the proton ones too?
>
> Yeah, I guess. Hope to get that sorted soon, and then there shouldn't need
> to be too many more changes to Proton for a while - it's very intentionally
> minimal. Would like to beef the docs up some (particularly using with micro,
> jsgi or connect apps - e.g. express).
>
>>
>> Would be good to have one for the site.
>>
>> Yeap, I'll jot down some of the things I mentioned to Nikos and send round
>> for review.
>
> Cool, what do you think about having blog posts on there?
> Tom
>
>>
>> Tom
>>
>> On 19 October 2011 13:38, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>>
>>> On 19 October 2011 13:30, Tom Yandell <tom@yandell.me.uk> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> On 19/10/2011 13:05, Richard Hodgson wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hiya,
>>>>
>>>> I've added a draft roadmap page for Litmus...
>>>> https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/wiki/Roadmap
>>>>
>>>> Thoughts?
>>>>
>>>> Cool, I've added some too - think we should have dynamic
>>>
>>> Oops, didn't think i'd hit "send". Anyway, I think we should have dynamic
>>> formatters that show the progress of test runs and static ones for
>>> formatting the results of runs afterwards (might be useful for headless
>>> tests, tests farmed out to different devices, etc.). Also added js-signals
>>> for the events, which would help with the dynamic formatting.
>>> Nice work getting it back to working in a browser
>>> (https://github.com/usenode/litmus.js/tree/basic-clientside), I'm starting
>>> to get excited by this project now.
>>> Tom
>
>