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awarded  Custodian
Oct
2
reviewed Satisfactory QA tool with feature for automatic recording of user actions
Oct
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reviewed Satisfactory Fitnesse vs Robot
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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answered Fitnesse + WebDriver: any working solution?
Oct
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answered Selenium IDE is automatically getting rid off
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comment Selenium IDE is automatically getting rid off
Are you on a machine at work, or your personal machine? Have you checked the options to see if there is an option to clear out add-ons upon each reload?
Oct
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comment How to validate checkbox in Selenium IDE?
What is meant by "validations for checkbox"? Are you trying to see if a checkbox is present on the page, or are you trying to click on the checkbox itself?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Bug Fix Verification - UI Design
Since it is you who will be keeping track of this minor issue, then contacting the developer and waiting the 24 hrs for the reply should be fine. If you email, make sure you say that if you don't hear from them by a certain time, you will report a new bug (for example). That way you don't need to keep chasing for an answer.
Jan
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asked Bug Reporting/Tracking Solution for Third Party and In-house Teams
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accepted Should a scrum be any different for testers from multiple teams?
Jan
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comment Should a scrum be any different for testers from multiple teams?
You make a really good point @JoeStrazzere. I hope my comment on your original answer covers that. I am now leaning toward a weekly status meeting. I have worked here for 6 months under the original manager and found there were issues on one team which may have been solved by a regular meeting between all of the testers.
Jan
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comment Should a scrum be any different for testers from multiple teams?
Based on the comments from Joe and Phil, I thought I would clarify that I am using the word scrum very loosely to indicate a daily standup meeting.
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Should a scrum be any different for testers from multiple teams?
I agree @user246. This is a nice strategy. I think that a weekly meeting may prove more productive in the long run. I also like the idea of learning sessions, although I think bi-weekly may be too frequent for where I am working.