June 26, 2015

Selenium is now on GitHub

Back on March of this year, Google's Open Source Blog posted the following notice:
"Beginning today, we have disabled new project creation on Google Code. We will be shutting down the service about 10 months from now on January 25th, 2016. Below, we provide links to migration tools designed to help you move your projects off of Google Code. We will also make ourselves available over the next three months to those projects that need help migrating from Google Code to other hosts. 

"March 12, 2015 - New project creation disabled. 
"August 24, 2015 - The site goes read-only. You can still checkout/view project source, issues, and wikis. 
"January 25, 2016 - The project hosting service is closed. You will be able to download a tarball of project source, issues, and wikis. These tarballs will be available throughout the rest of 2016".

The Selenium project, looking for a new home, moved to its new home on GitHib.com.

On Github a lot of new items appear with the Selenium project:

Also, there is even a new draft of the W3C spec as of June 2015: https://w3c.github.io/webdriver/webdriver-spec.html edited by Simon Stewart.

I just thought you would like to know! :)

-T.J. Maher
 Sr. QA Engineer, Fitbit
 Boston, MA

// Automated tester for [ 3 ] month and counting!

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