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On 01/22/2012 08:24 PM, Thiago Marcos P. Santos wrote:
<div class="gmail_quote">On Sun, Jan 22, 2012 at 1:06 PM, Pablo
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<div class="im">On Sun, Jan 22, 2012 at 2:52 AM, Sergio Villar
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> En 21/01/12 14:31, Zoltan Herczeg escribiu:<br>
>> Just be careful with copyright issues.<br>
> Could you elaborate on that?<br>
I believe you'd need explicit permission from each website
keep a (public-facing) copy of the pages you intend to use for<br>
testing. I suppose if any local copies are stashed away
never published it should be alright, but IANAL.</blockquote>
<div>Maybe instead of storing a local snapshot (assuming you
need static content for the tests), you can use a online
snapshot of a top 100 website from <a moz-do-not-send="true"
validation. Not sure if by doing that you can face the same
copyright issues, and... IANAL. :)</div>
As the goal is to test "real world" use case I think it can be even
better to simply load the sites from network.<br>
I see only two disadvantage of that but neither of them are blocker:<br>
1. The sites changing over time. However, as this would be a
smoke test (and not a regtest or a perf test) I don't think it's a
2. Cannot test offline. Well, I don't think taking part in the
development of WebKit is possible without being online anyway :)<br>
Do you see other disadvantages?<br>