I am proposing a QA classroom to cover the following topics:
Introduction to Fedora QA: This section could provide an overview of
what Fedora QA is, what it does, and why it's important to the Fedora
Fedora QA Team Structure: This section could introduce the different
roles within the Fedora QA team and explain how they work together to
ensure the quality of Fedora releases.
Getting Started with Fedora QA: This section could provide practical
information on how to get started with Fedora QA, including how to
join the team, where to find relevant documentation and resources, and
how to get in touch with other team members.
Fedora Release Process: This section could explain the Fedora release
process, including the different stages of development, testing, and
release, and how Fedora QA fits into this process.
Testing Tools and Techniques: This section could introduce the testing
tools and techniques used by Fedora QA, including automation tools,
manual testing procedures, and other testing methodologies.
Reporting Bugs and Issues: This section could explain how to report
bugs and issues found during testing, including how to use Bugzilla,
how to write good bug reports, and how to communicate effectively with
developers and other team members.
Working with the Fedora Community: This section could provide guidance
on how to work effectively with other Fedora community members,
including developers, packagers, and other QA team members.
Conclusion and Next Steps: This section could summarize the key
takeaways from the onboarding call and provide information on what to
do next, including how to get involved in specific testing projects
and how to continue learning and growing within the Fedora QA
I wanted to ask what will be a good time and date?
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