Publishing re-usable actions

GitHub Actions provide one of the easiest ways to add CI to a git repository with minimal effort. Drop a YAML file in the right place and you’re good to go. How do you create one, though? It’s easier than you might think! ...

September 2, 2022 · 5 min · Cris Dywan

Re-inventing the wheel

openQA test distributions can become quite big. Usually test modules and helper functions live side-by-side. What if you could easily split things up into multiple repositories? ...

August 4, 2022 · 3 min · Cris Dywan

Running standandalone tests with isotovideo

Did you know? isotovideo is the tool at the heart of openQA. You can actually use it without the whole scheduler, and it’s easier than you think! ...

March 16, 2022 · 4 min · Cris Dywan

Setting up a new Rust project

Not long ago I wrote about dipping my toes into Rust where I discussed what Rust is and why I’m interested to learn it. Now I feel like I need to try my hands on a real project which scratches an itch of mine and at the same time allows me to exercise what I learned. ...

May 7, 2021 · 4 min · Cris Dywan