I'll be attending the XFCE testing day, maybe not in full, but a part of
Then I'll get the feeling on how it works and can for sure work in
something that in the future QA can take advantage from it.
As for spreading the word, that seems Ambassadorial work, they have more
knowledge on communities than I do.
Anyway I've pulled a small brochure, nothing fancy... Though it seems
If you have time we can speak a bit on the irc one of this days so I can
get the feeling on how we can help better QA (after release).
On Wed, 2010-04-28 at 13:08 +0100, Adam Williamson wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-04-28 at 02:07 +0100, Nelson Marques wrote:
> > On such a short notice? 8)
> > This with some time could be fun with a well placed campaign that with
> > Ambassadorial support could be a win.
> > What do you require?
> Yep, I know it was short notice. There's at least one Test Day per week
> (sometimes two) so there is little time to build up a sophisticated
> campaign around any one, that wasn't my thinking; I just hoped you could
> help by posting blogs about the events, or by contacting groups you know
> who may be interested, or sending the news to relevant sites, simple
> things like that.
> There's certainly the possibility to do something more sophisticated and
> longer-term about the Test Day process in general, if you are interested
> in that - we look at the Test Days as running in groups associated with
> a particular release, so these are the last two Test Days of the Fedora
> 13 cycle, then there'll be a break for some weeks for the final Fedora
> 13 sprint, then we'll start up again with Fedora 14 Test Days. So
> there's certainly time to do some more general marketing for F14 Test
> Adam Williamson
> Fedora QA Community Monkey
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