Easy to port to Thunderbird?
Begin forwarded message:
From: Andrew Sutherland firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 29. July 2020 at 6:25:21 PM CEST
To: James Graham email@example.com, dev-platform firstname.lastname@example.org, Firefox Dev email@example.com
Subject: Re: Searchfox now gives info about tests at the top of test files!
On 7/29/20 6:28 AM, James Graham wrote:
As an aside/reminder for people, for web-platform-tests in particular the dashboard at https://jgraham.github.io/wptdash/ can give you information about all tests in a component and is designed to answer questions like "which tests are failing in Firefox but passing in both Chrome and Safari", since knowing that can help prioritise issues that are likely web-compat hazards.
Apologies for not mentioning this invaluable resource in the email! I've filed https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1656010 on exposing wptdash from searchfox in a contextually useful way.
And, as less of an aside, if there's more information people want, we can definitely add it to the summary task. The current featureset was based on the requirements of wptdash, but if there's more things that would be useful we should go ahead and add them.
Yes, to be clear, this initial landing is basically an MVP (Minimal Viable Product) for information about tests. It would be fantastic if we could add more directly useful information and links out to other existing (or new) tools. I would be very happy to mentor anyone through the searchfox aspects of any enhancements here, but am not an expert in the underlying production of the taskcluster artifacts.
Aside: For those reading this and concerned about more information being added which directly displaces the contents of the source file, please be aware: