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Test days

  • GNOME 3.14 Test Day (2014-08-07)

    This is temporary placeholder meeting, it will be updated

    We will test the latest release of GNOME - GNOME 3.14. There are lots of great new features, as well as polished existing applications. Join the test day and help us make sure there are no glaring bugs in Fedora 20 GNOME desktop.

    Please visit test day wiki page.

  • Wayland Test Day (2014-08-14)

    This is temporary placeholder meeting, it will be updated

    We will test Wayland in upcoming Fedora 21.

  • NetworkManager Test Day (2014-08-21)

    This is temporary placeholder meeting, it will be updated

    This instalment of Fedora Test Day will focus on Network Manager: IPv6, Bonding, NetworkManager Hotspots, nm-applet, kdeplasma-applets-networkmanagement, Bluetooth.

    Please visit test day wiki page.

  • ARM Test Day (2014-08-28)

    This is temporary placeholder meeting, it will be updated

    We will test Fedora on ARM (including Allwinner sunxi ARM SoC).

These are upcoming test days, for more see history.

What are Test Days?

Test Days are an opportunity to exercise a completed, or in-development, Feature planned for an upcoming Fedora release. Each Test Day brings something unique and you're encouraged to join and share your ideas, tests, and results.

When are Test Days?

Test Days occur on days chosen by their organizers between the Alpha and GA milestones of a Fedora release, but testing performed before or after the official Test Day is also useful and we encourage people to add their results and file bugs even if they cannot make the date. Detailed schedules can be found at:

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Current test day
Use this link to visit the current Test Day page.

Where are Test Days held?

Discussion is typically held on IRC in the #fedora-test-day channel on the Freenode network. See How to use IRC for additional technical information.

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