Talley family wrote: > I would be glad to see a presentation on the backup system > that Myron mentioned. Myron, want to give us a show-and-tell? > > If nothing else turns up, any interest in a presentation about > WATIR? WATIR is a web site testing framework which gives > powerful and fairly easy test script capability via a Ruby > interface to the IE API. > > WATIR test scripts end up being Ruby programs, but, with the > WATIR component, the scripts are written at a very high level > of abstraction. > > Chris Keller at Postman did a presentation for some Postman > customers, which was my introduction. Chris might be interested > in presenting to the LUG. If not, he might allow me to use > his slides. I couldn't give the depth that Chris could, but, > I know enough to follow the slides, do a simple demo, and > answer simple questions. > > Give me an idea how much interest there is in WATIR. > > Larry That would be interesting, but I was kinda hoping we'd finalize some demos on video creation. I'm decidedly *not* the guy to lead that but hope we can do that one of these nights. Or even have a hackfest where we try to troubleshoot the coaster-making and folks bring their boxes in. WATIR scripts and Ruby would be neat to see though... ...Kevin -- Kevin Miller http://www.alaska.net/~atftb Juneau, Alaska Registered Linux User No: 307357 ------------------------------------ The Juneau Linux Users Group -- http://www.juneau-lug.org This is the Juneau-LUG mailing list. To unsubscribe, send an e-mail to juneau-lug-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with the word unsubscribe in the subject header.