If you or your organization is interested in this work please respond to the geoserver-devel email list with your interest by the end of November. Applicants are welcome to email geoserver-devel list, or attend bi-weekly GeoServer meeting, with any questions or clarifications of requirements.
Schedule Update: Please email geoserver-devel if you are interested in this activity by the end of November, we will evaluate proposal during GeoServer Meeting December 10th.
There are three approaches discussed:
- cite command line: our previous scripts made use of a the cite engine to run tests on the command line.
- cite engine service: The new cite engine has a rest-api, so the testing script could use CURL commands to ask the engine to run the tests
- cite engine docker: The cite engine is also distributed as a docker image, if that makes it easier to manage the rest-api approach
Any of these approaches can be viable, or you may have additional ideas. The challenge (after our last experience) is setting up something that can be maintained.
- The WFS-T tests required a database to run, the tests created a couple of tables each time (since the transaction request modifies the content)
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