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Re :[web-161] Welcome -- What to cover at our first meetup?

From: user 8.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 10:08 PM
Hi Al,

        one more thing i would like to see is that we should also have one section which gives
        information about what new technology it support and if any new technology not
        supporting then is any other way that Selenium can support.
        Why i think so because we are facing problem to find out the proper tool which support
        technology like AJAX, EXTJS, MAPS and OPEN LAYER.

        Please advice.

Pravin M Shetty 

On Wed, 24 Sep[masked]:54:46 -0400 [address removed] wrote
Hi everyone,Welcome to the San Francisco Selenium meetup group! Thanks to all of you who have joined. It's great that we already are up to 43 members, even though this group was only created a few days ago. That said, more members means more opportunities for great content presented at Meetups. So, feel free to encourage other Bay Area Selenium users to join the group.We don't yet have any meetings planned. Since this is your group, please let others know if there are certain topics would you like to see covered.Here are some general categories that come to mind... feel free to vote for any of these, or add your own:- Selenium scripting techniques- Workarounds for tough problems- Configuring Selenium- Hack sessions -- banging out technically interesting scripts, using Selenium in interesting ways, and/or modifying Selenium source code itself- Scaling Selenium to handle large numbers of scripts, users, data, etc.- Integrating Selenium into your testing processes and/or other testing infrastructure- What else?Best regards,Al

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