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If you're using Drush to run your tests, swapping Drush version 6.x out for 8 isn't a simple replacement.
First, let me say that I am not an expert in web accessibility. Unfortunately I think most people who are web developers aren't.
If you're using a continuous integration service it is pretty easy to add in-browser site performance testing to your suite of tests.
Yes, yes, one click deployment is amazing. And yet so last year. So I say, hell no, we want one push deployment. The dream cheeky USB button is neat. Let's deploy sites with it.
Short version: if you are testing and have configuration in settings.php you probably want to override the DrupalWebTestCase::refreshVariables() method.
I think that lowering the barrier to user registration is important for sites that are striving to build a social community to look at.