> On Wednesday 06 March 2002 14:08, adam wrote:
> > That depends. What's a testplan? Go on, save me the hassle(!) of
>> Based on the original spam, I'd guess it's some sort of plan for some sort
> of test. As in a plan for testing software. Like an advanced checklist of
> steps in a test.
>> Not something that could easily be done with pen and paper :)
>Couldn't this be based on a simple task management module? That is, develop
a task management module, and then hack it a little to become a software
testing task management module? This is somewhat like the approach I would
be taking for, for example, a FAQ module, which would be based off the
content management module.
I've done some further thinking on my wee project over the weekend, I'll do
a wacky white paper this evening.
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