It is great to see more and more people interested in Mago.
When I started the project about a year ago (by that time it was called Ubuntu Desktop Testing), it was an in-house project I created to solve the problems I was having on the desktop testing I had to do as part of my daily job.
Up to three sessions at the Ubuntu Developer Week, a talk at Gran Canaria Desktop Summit, some UDS and two changes of name later, Mago seems to have found its path and we are seeing a lot of new contributors adding fantastic ideas to it.
To avoid losing any of these ideas, I have created a Roadmap in the Mago site to track the status of the new Mago features. Please, check it out to see what’s happening on the Free Desktop testing automation world.