Pytaf is a test automation framework designed for simplicity and ease of use. Using JSON configuration files, this lightweight, general-purpose test harness can execute any and all Python 3 methods. The driver hands over the configuration to the method and collects the results. Everything in between is open and unrestricted. While there are plenty of test approaches available in Python, sometimes you just want to do your own thing your own way. Pytaf is intended to help you do just that. The Pytaf project does come with sample code showing some ways of using it (including HTTP and Selenium WebDriver tests), as well as a complete README, but you can also make up your own guidelines at will. The only requirement is the format of the JSON configuration file and a (boolean,string) tuple returned to the driver.
FitNesse Launcher Maven Plugin can launch FitNesse as a wiki server or automatically run FitNesse tests as part of a standard integration-test/verify build. It allows configuration of FitNesse's classpath through plugin dependencies and injects all Maven project properties as FitNesse variables (which can be overridden from the commandline using "-D").