As long as there have been a few introductions lately, I might as well introduce myself.

I'm Samuel Greenfeld, and I recently started full-time as a Quality Assurance Engineer for the One Laptop Per Child ( project.  While part of my time is allocated towards testing upstream projects like Fedora, I primarily test the downstream XO-specific Fedora-based builds, as well as the Sugar-on-a-Stick Fedora Spin.

While I have done both hardware and software QA for several years, this is my first time trying to coordinate work between professional and volunteer testing efforts, as well as between multiple independent yet related projects which rely on feedback from each other.  Any advice anyone could give me in these areas would be welcome.

I also plan to be at FUDCon:Tempe in January, so feel free to talk to me there.