On (Thu) 14 Aug 2014 [13:55:03], Siddhesh Poyarekar wrote:
On 14 August 2014 13:30, Amit Shah <amitshah(a)gmx.net> wrote:
> On (Tue) 12 Aug 2014 [16:21:33], Siddhesh Poyarekar wrote:
>> It would be a good idea to add to the FAD Agenda on the wiki page so
>> that we have a list of things we know we want to tackle on that day.
> I prefer to have a focussed session -- one FAD for one kind of
> activity. Is this acceptable to others?
> E.g. this first FAD, we could just get a F21 nightly live usb and run
> through some tests listed in test day pages. We needn't restrict
> ourselves to a particular type of testing (i.e. just desktop, or virt,
> or something else) -- people would be free to pick their test day page
> and run through a few tests -- and most importantly -- file bugs!
I find it hard to reject ideas when they're coming in willingly ;)
We really only have 3 tentative tracks proposed as of now: an IRC
session (not final yet), Huzaifa's security track and the primary
testing track. I feel multiple tracks can coexist if people are
willingly working on them, but I don't have a very strong opinion on
this given that I also see the advantage in focusing on a single
It's a good thing we have ideas -- put them in a pipeline? We can
think of having a FAD a month so we keep doing various things, like
the ones that have popped up.