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Hi from the Kantu for Chrome / Selenium IDE "Light" team #19

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A9T9 opened this Issue Sep 25, 2017 · 4 comments

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A9T9 commented Sep 25, 2017

I see that you are working on a new Selenium IDE -great.

We at a9t9 have started work on a browser automation extension a few months ago. This extension implements the Selenium IDE concept and the most common commands are supported already, with more to follow soon (for example variable support, assertions will be available with the next update).

Our extension borrows key concepts and commands from the original Firefox IDE and if we can return a few things now, even better.

If there are no direct follow up questions, you are welcome to close the ticket after reading. Just wanted to make sure you are aware of our work and the option to (re)use it :-)

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Mathias

@A9T9 A9T9 changed the title Hi from the Kantu for Chrome / Selenium IDE "Light" Hi from the Kantu for Chrome / Selenium IDE "Light" team Sep 25, 2017

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zavelevsky commented Sep 26, 2017

Thanks. As we don't plan to merge entire project setup, are there any specific parts you think I should consider using?

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barancev commented Sep 26, 2017

I should note that Kantu has "sticky" GPL license, so we hardly can take and reuse any part of it

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zavelevsky commented Sep 26, 2017

good catch. I guess we'll close it then.
We welcome any contribution via PR of course.

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A9T9 commented Sep 26, 2017

...are there any specific parts you think I should consider using?

Hi... I do not have a specific part in mind right now. Look around if you need anything (see my comment about the license below). Likewise, if I come across a part that I think you should take I will ping you again ;-)

I should note that Kantu has "sticky" GPL license, so we hardly can take and reuse any part of it

At least at this stage, we (a9t9) own 100% of the copyright, so we can donate any part of the Kantu code to your project under any license you need (e. g. Apache). So the GPL license will be no problem - just ping me if you want to reuse certain parts now or later.

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