Looking for GUI application programs for experiments

William Cohen wcohen at redhat.com
Wed May 16 02:46:24 UTC 2007

Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> On 5/15/07, William Cohen <wcohen at redhat.com> wrote:
>> The
>> characteristics we are looking for in the examples are:
>> -represent commonly-performed tasks, e.g. edit file and view document
>> -depend on a number of dynamically-linked libraries
>> -use GUI
>> -have built-in accessibility features needed to automate the
>>         experiment with dogtail
>> -run for a couple seconds, so instrumented version doesn't take too long
>> -doesn't require network access
> Have you looked at the mugshot compiled stats for most commonly used
> applications for registered mugshot users who are running fedora?
> http://mugshot.org/applications
> I think gedit and evince are obvious candidates, but pretty much all
> the gtk based applications that are highly ranked should work for you.
> -jef


Thanks for the suggestion.

We already have an evince example. Have abiword as a word processor example, but 
the gedit might be good also.


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