On 12/16/2015 09:40 AM, Xavier Coulon wrote:
> Congratulations !
> I just merged
> that it's also on our website, now:
> Just curious, do you have any plan to contribute it to eclipse.org
Looks like they do:
"From the project perspective, it's time to migrate RedDeer project
under Eclipse foundation umbrella."
Congratulations on the release. Glad to see it is not in a stable
Personally I still find it early to move to Eclipse Foundation when we
have yet to actually be able to use
it in jbosstools outside QE's own "private" tests.
If you do move please become aware of the overhead around this and be
sure it will actually be something you are okey to take on.
> Best regards,
>> On 16 Dec 2015, at 14:57, Leonard Dimaggio <ldimaggi(a)redhat.com
>> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 16, 2015 at 8:06 AM, Jiri Peterka<jpeterka(a)redhat.com
>> It's here! We are proud to release RedDeer 1.0 - Eclipse testing
>> framework which has been developed for over 3 years and we
>> believe it has reached its production maturity with this version
>> We started this project with simple idea of having stable and
>> usable framework for functional testing of Eclipse-based JBoss
>> Tools. In those years RedDeer grew beyond basic SWT widget
>> support and brought support for other eclipse parts, frameworks
>> and much more .
>> This specific version was mainly focused on bug fixing and
>> cleanup but you can also find multiple additional enhancements.
>> In total about 160 issues were resolved since previous version
>> 0.8.0. For more details check the release notes . For some
>> initial idea you can also check our RedDeer screencasts on
>> Youtube  or follow on Twitter .
>> For the future, API compatibility will be kept at maximum level
>> for all 1.x versions. All new experimental features that require
>> breaking compatibility will be developed on 2.x branch. From the
>> project perspective, it's time to migrate RedDeer project under
>> Eclipse foundation umbrella.
>> One last thing. Although RedDeer was and always will be
>> collective effort, each project should have some front-man
>> (project leader), from now on it will be Rasto Wagner. Rasto was
>> among top RedDeer commiters for years and proved himself to be
>> the right person to manage this project for the future. Congrats
>> Kudos to all contributors and thanks to all users and supporters,
>> -- Jirka on behalf of RedDeer Dev Team
>> /*/ Go RedDeer, go !
>> / \
>> -- Jiri Peterka
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