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Friday, February 5, 2021 by shs96c

The new Selenium Grid

In the fourth and final post in his series, Simon Stewart continues talking about what’s coming in Selenium 4 and reviews what’s new in the Selenium Grid. We’ve covered a lot of ground in the past few blog posts, including how to contribute to the project, and some details of what you can expect as a Selenium user. But there’s more to Selenium than just the APIs you use to write your tests, and one of the big features we’ve not covered yet is the refreshed Selenium Grid: a mechanism that allows you to distribute your tests across a fleet of machines.
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Thursday, January 28, 2021 by Sri Harsha

Public Project Meeting - January 28, 2021

Continuing the series of bi-weekly public project meetings, here is the timeline of the meeting held on January 28, 2021,5:30 PM CET.(Below times are on IST) Meetings are held on the #selenium-tlc channel on Selenium Slack. Diego Molina 9:17 PM Yes, here is the short agenda: General project statistics (Previous meeting: 262 open issues, 54 open PRs, Current: 252, 35 PRs) Overall announcements? New people on committees, with the commit bit, etc?
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Thursday, January 14, 2021 by Sri Harsha

Public Project Meeting - January 14, 2021

Continuing the series of bi-weekly public project meetings, here is the timeline of the meeting held on January 14, 2021,5:30 PM CET.(Below times are on IST) Meetings are held on the #selenium-tlc channel on Selenium Slack. Diego Molina 10:02 PM Alright, :wave: everyone, let me share the agenda 10:02 PM Overall announcements? New people on committees, with the commit bit, etc? Anything new to report from the last PLC/SFC call?
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