On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Adam Williamson <awilliam(a)redhat.com> wrote:
"Fedora CURRENT_RELEASE+1" <-- the official name is
Branched, you can
just say 'Fedora Branched', and link to the Branched page -
. You can put a little
explanation of what Branched is in brackets if you feel it necessary, I
Fixed in the wiki page.
I think the way the page starts off with the 'what is Critical
question is a bit jarring. I'd start with 'What are Quality Assurance
Proven Testers?' and explain critical path either just by linking to the
page, or as a sub-note in that section, not give it its own section.
Agreed. It was just written that way because it was my flow of thought
when I was calling the group "Critical Path Wranglers." I've edited to
page to reflect this change.
On the other hand, I'd start a new section for "The
following steps are
imperative to join the QA Proven Testers:". 'How to join' is different
from 'What it is', to me. The explanation of the group could be a bit
more extended, and there could be a bit more sell on why you'd want to
I added a little bit to the explanation of that what the FAS group
is/does. Let me know what you think.
Step 3 is a bit worrying; it's a very vague 'roadblock'
(how do I know
when I'm sufficiently 'involved' to move on to step 4?) I'd probably
ditch step 3 and go straight to step 4. If we're requiring mentoring,
the mentor can always act as a filter for someone who's just joined and
doesn't have a clue what they're doing, and suggest they do some more
'appropriate' activities before becoming a proven tester.
Step 3 is now removed
I wouldn't have "ProvenTesters FAS Group" as a separate
section. It can
just flow on from the above text, if it's part of a 'How to join'
merged into the "how to join" section
The line "The QA group within FAS will grant the ability to add karma
inside of Bodhi to the Critical Path packages within Fedora
CURRENT_RELEASE+1." seems out of place - is it an orphan?
That verbage was a little off and has been clarified (at least in my
mind, but verification from others is welcome!)
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