The Fedora 24 schedule  is winding up, and it's time we started
thinking about what we'd want to have a test day for. There are several
changes accepted already for F24, and the window for proposals is still
open so more may come. You can find the list of accepted Changes here:
Please take some time and look through the list and see if there's
anything you'd be interested in testing - or if there's something you
think should get some testing that isn't in the ChangeSet!
For those of you not familiar with them, a test day is an online event
aimed at testing a specific feature of an upcoming Fedora release. By
utilizing IRC for organization/coordination and a Wiki page for
instructions and results, test days are easy to organize. Anyone can
request to host a test day or request that the QA team help you out
with the organization of the test day. A test day can be run for any
feature or area of a distribution that focused testing would be useful
for. More information on test days can be found here:
To propose a test day, file a ticket on the QA Trac. A full explanation
can be found here:
The SOP for hosting a test day is here:
Traditionally test days have been held on Thursdays, but if you'd
prefer to have it on another day that's fine too. We're pretty
flexible, but having plenty of lead time helps to get the word out.
Just put in your ticket the date or time-frame you'd like, and we'll
figure it out from there.
If you have any questions about test days or the process, please don't
hesitate to contact me or any other QA Team member in #fedora-qa on
Freenode or respond on the test list.
Thanks and happy testing!
Fedora QA Community Monkey
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