SUSE is using OBS as a build system and openQA for automated testing purposes. The goal of the study is to find out the strengths and weaknesses of these systems and compare them to other open source alternatives in a structured way.

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    • bmwiedemann
      5 months ago by bmwiedemann | Reply

      Be sure to consider Buildbot and Debian's autopkgtest. Maybe also travis-ci and https://github.com/integrity

    • Pharaoh_Atem
      5 months ago by Pharaoh_Atem | Reply

      What systems are you planning to look at right now? One prominent stack to compare to is Fedora's, with Pagure, Koji, Bodhi, Zuul, and of course, OpenQA providing the complete build and test cycle.

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