[Cosmo-dev] Cosmo 0.8 testing
bcm at osafoundation.org
Fri Oct 5 00:30:21 PDT 2007
On 10/4/07, Mikeal Rogers <mikeal at osafoundation.org> wrote:
> Manual Interop Testing
> -iCal 3
> -Evolution ( to the degree we can )
> -Lightning ( release or trunk build? )
yes please. lightning and sunbird 0.7 rc1 were released today. i did
some initial vetting with lightning today, and so far it looks good.
> I would love to get input on possible WebDAV clients we can use for
> doing some regular DAV testing and setting ACLs. To my knowledge we
> still don't support locking and that seems to have screwed up a lot
> of these clients i tried to use in the past.
we don't support setting acls either. a resource's acl is essentially
fixed when it is created and can't be changed. see the cosmo webdav
acl page for more info on our static access control model.
the only standalone dav clients i know are cadaver and dav explorer.
i'm sure web searches will turn up others. there's probably a list on
> My gut feeling is that testing the ACL permissions stuff, validating
> that users do and don't have permission to the right stuff across as
> many cases as possible.
yea, especially since the new privilege checking code is some of the
most recent code, i haven't had time to find lots of bugs in it yet,
so we should basically try every combination of principal, method, and
resource that we can. the privilege table on the cosmo webdav page
should help with that.
> And checking out that the new VAVAILABILITY
> stuff is incorporated in FREEBUSY requests are the most important to
> get automated, but I'm open to input.
here's where i got ahead of myself in the cosmo caldav page. i don't
think we're going to have VAVAILABILITY. since we were never planning
to use it in free-busy report calculations, you don't need to worry
about testing that. we do want to store and return those components in
.8 though, but i don't think it will make it by tomorrow.
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