On Wed, 2015-05-06 at 14:49 +0530, Sudhir D wrote:
On 05/01/2015 03:01 AM, Adam Williamson wrote:
> I was considering proposing a session which would just cover the
> bits' we've put in place since F21 - the revisions to the
> test process (including relval/wikitcms), openQA, and some of the
> taskotron stuff (as the taskotron session is a workshop rather
> than a
> talk), but since we already have three proposals, I don't want to
> on further...
I agree. I think we should be selective in submitting talks based on
conference location. Places where Fedora community is active and
is general awareness among people who are attending, we should look
some advance topics while submitting talks.
So voting for talks is open now:
let's all vote for the QA talks, and then once we see which ones get
in, we can try to get the speakers together to ensure we cover all the
important topics :) thanks folks!
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