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On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 6:07 PM, Raphael Bircher <> wrote:

 Hi Andreas

Am 30.09.10 00:22, schrieb Andrea Pescetti:

 Goran Rakic wrote:

QATrack was developed by Per Eriksson, he is a Sweden native-language
project co-lead[3], is this code available?

QATrack until 1.0 was written by me and released under LGPL>= 2.1, with
copyright shared by me and Sun (I signed the JCA several years ago and
this qualifies as a contribution to the OOo project and is thus covered
by the JCA).

Then Per took over and wrote 2.0 and the following versions.

As far as I know, the QATrack sources for 1.0 and 2.0 (but I cannot find
the most recent ones there) were contributed to the QA CVS repository: and actually still points to it (see

Maybe this is not a bad idea. Well I don't know QATrack well, but if it's
possible to simply write a module for QATrack, it would be great. I mean,
it's probabely the fastest way to get a good result. I will write down a
small concept for the first version soon.

I was finding also same other tools who are already finished. A list from
QA Tools are under

But we want a simple tool who makes everyone able tu do tests. Moast of the
tools on this site are to complicate. I think we have not a big chance to
find a tool who is directly ready to use. I think we will have a simple tool
with spezific whishs. But I don't want to write a complet new tool.

I notify this to Per, he told me he will get in touch with Florian since
there is a more updated version on the live servers so he will probably need
to perform a separate install for the documentation project. Since he will
speak to Florian I think is the best way to settle this.

Greetings Raphael

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