Self hosted websites for openqa.suse.de tests
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On some tests (firefox) in openQA.suse.de we are relying on some third
party websites (html5test.com). This lately has been causing some
problems as shown in https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/20228
As discussed, the best option would be to setup a page at
However the first website uses a backend, but since we are interested
only in the front page, i clone the repo to gitlab and i cleaned the
webpage. So it's not using backend anymore. Please check the project
This clean version is running on: http://tragicbox.suse.cz:3000/index.h
All the external links point to the original locations (only the "save
results" isn't working).
However for this project to be completely independent, i still need to
was unable to install it localy.
The whichbrowser project just parses the UserAgent headers with regular
Please setup the domain for project whichbrowser and let me know the
url. After that i'll do the final change to the html5test_clean project
so it can be set in the static.opensuse.org domain.
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#4 Updated by TBro over 4 years ago
The code is at https://github.com/openSUSE/HTML5test The PHP parts have been stripped out, thus the site is totally static now, so I deployed it on static.opensuse.org.
And by "totally static" you mean?
So on static.o.o instead of delivering content, for HTML5Test, this test does not load, but tries to detect my browser with whichbrowser.net, another gr8 piece of software, which tells us on their github page to not use it.
So... instead of having a failing html5test-external-service, we have a failing whichbrowser.net service for openQA in the future.
Great achievement unlocked.
Sorry, but if we do this, we should at least remove this ad-bullshit and google-analytics... than we can discuss if we want to have whichbrowser.opensuse.org as well to complete this html5test service and have it completely self-hosted.
#8 Updated by dasantiago over 4 years ago
I just did a generic cleanup of the webpage.
Please deploy it and confirm if everything is fine.
Btw, for some reason the result of test "Content Security Policy 1" in security gives a different value than the online version. I don't know why.
This is the PR, ready to get merged: https://github.com/openSUSE/HTML5test/pull/1