10 Nov 2014


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Tim_B., Alex_L., Alastair_C.
Jutta Treviranus


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We discussed moving testing forward...including with Jutta's students.

Group members encouraged to identify tools they would like to test.

Jan will start on Twitter.

Im wrote in to say he would start on WordPress

Tim wrote in to say he would start on WordPress

Jeanne will talk to Michael about how to make it easier to add new tool entries into the harness.

Jutta mentionned a couple more tools she has heard about.

Summary of Action Items

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