Kiwi TCMS

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the leading open source test case management system

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€5 EUR / month

Top financial contributors

Individuals

1

Alexander Todorov

400 EUR since Dec 2018

2

Zahari Zahariev

220 EUR since Sep 2019

3

Radoslav Madjev

150 EUR since Oct 2019

4

Bogomil Shopov

100 EUR since Jan 2020

5

Maxim Krizhanovsky

28 EUR since Sep 2019

6

FUCK

20 EUR since May 2019

7

Incognito

10 EUR since Aug 2019

8

Thais Tiemi

5 EUR since Jun 2019

9

Alvis Chen

5 EUR since Oct 2019

Organizations

1

Open Source Speed...

10k EUR since Mar 2020

2

Kiwi TCMS Europe

10k EUR since Apr 2020

3

CodeFund

118 EUR since Jun 2019

What's new with Kiwi TCMS

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We are partnering up with Pionir to develop open source hardware for exploratory testing

Black boxes for black-box testing, exploration & training your skills !!! All open source !!!https://kiwitcms.eu/blo...
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Published on May 26, 2020 by Alexander Todorov

Kiwi TCMS open source bounty program, Round 02

More info at https://kiwitcms.org/blog/kiwi-tcms-team/2020/05/01/kiwi-tcms-open-source-bounty-program-round-02/
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Published on May 6, 2020 by Alexander Todorov

Kiwi TCMS is changing fiscal hosts

The core-team of Kiwi TCMS is based in Bulgaria, and we also have contributors from European countries so it makes sense for us to actually change fiscal hosts to https://openco...
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Published on March 25, 2020 by Alexander Todorov

Budget

See how money openly circulates through Kiwi TCMS. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

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Monthly financial contribution to Kiwi TCMS

from Maxim Krizhanovsky8/3/2020

+€2.00EUR
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Today’s balance

€7,209.46 EUR

Estimated annual budget

~ €20,410.02 EUR

Kiwi TCMS is all of us

Our contributors 18

Everyone who has supported Kiwi TCMS. Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Alexander Tod...
Admin

Total contributions

€400 EUR

Project lead

Zahari Zahariev
Core Contributor

Total contributions

€220 EUR

Wow it works !

Radoslav Madjev
Core Contributor

Total contributions

€150 EUR

Software engineer

Anton Sankov
Admin

Software engineer

Open Source S...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€10,000 EUR

Congratulations on your Open Source Speed Dating award!

Kiwi TCMS Europe
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€9,541 EUR

CodeFund
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€118 EUR

CodeFund earnings through March 2020 🎉

Bogomil Shopov
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€100 EUR

sponsor

Maxim Krizhan...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€28 EUR

FUCK
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€20 EUR

weeee

Unotech Softw...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€10 EUR

sponsor

Thais Tiemi
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

€5 EUR

sponsor

About

Kiwi TCMS is the leading open source test case management system. It is used during software testing and quality assurance to collect information about what and when has been tested, which versions of the product have been tested and in what environment. This information is helpful when making a go/no-go decision before a release, monitoring and planning the workload of the QA team and various reports.

When doing manual testing each engineer on the team can easily find the tasks assigned to them and all instructions necessary to execute the tests and report the results.

In automation testing scenarios TCMS systems are useful to collect test execution information and later analyze it. This is especially important when you don’t execute all of the tests all of the time!