> On 7Dec, 2018, at 07:45, James Graham <ja...@hoppipolla.co.uk> wrote:
> I would also very much like to hear about remaining pain points and reasons 
> that developers choose to write browser-specific tests for web-platform 
> features. Those are issues we need to prioritize fixing.

Without going too much into the details, but in my opinion WebRTC is far, far 
away from being able to be tested sufficiently via web-platform tests. The list 
is long: browser interoperability, different network topologies affecting call 
establishment, network conditions affecting call quality, dependencies on 
external servers (depending on the network), not a common A/V test input 
format,… We do have improved in some of these areas for example in mochitests 

I don’t think this is something the WebRTC ecosystem can solve short term. In 
the long run some of these could probably be tackled. But I’m raising this to 
clarify that WPT as of right now can not solved all existing problems.

  Nils Ohlmeier
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