Hello, I’m Andreas Tolfsen.
I work on the underpinnings of the web platform,
in particular on tooling and standards for interoperability and automation.
This site curates some of the things I create.
More projects at GitHub
and on my git mirror.
Tutorial on using git(1) for Gecko development.
Future of WebDriver
presented at Selenium user groups in Belfast and Tel Aviv.
The case against visibility checks in WebDriver,
positing that platform APIs to deal with hit-testing is necessary.
Thoughts on distributed bug tracking.
libexec is a system directory
meant for system daemons and utilities
executed by other programs,
but which are not intended to be executed directly by users.
Earlier today we released geckodriver version 0.11.1.
is an HTTP proxy for using
W3C WebDriver-compatible clients
to interact with Gecko-based browsers.
The W3C Browser Tools- and Testing Working Group
met again 13-14 July 2016 in Redmond, WA
to discuss the progress of the WebDriver specification.
I will try to summarise the discussions,
but if you’re interested in all the details
the meetings have been