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* <code>#fedora-bugzappers</code>
* <code>#fedora-bugzappers</code>
== Page's I've contributed to ==
== Notable pages ==
* [[User:Dafrito/Draft_proventesters_instructions|proven-testers]], forked from [[User:Adamwill|Adam Williamson's]] [[User:Adamwill/Draft_proventesters_instructions|original article]]
* [[User:Dafrito/Draft_proventesters_instructions]] lots of editing. Thanks to [[User:Adamwill]] for his draft and feedback.
* [[Policy for nonresponsive package maintainers]] needs some love
== Thoughts ==
== Thoughts ==

Revision as of 16:24, 21 June 2010

My name is Aaron Faanes. I am a Fedora user, occasional Wiki contributor, and frequent hacker. See my homepage.



You can also find me on IRC. My nickname there is, not surprisingly, dafrito. I frequent many of the various Fedora channels on, such as:

  • #fedora
  • #fedora-qa
  • #fedora-devel
  • #fedora-bugzappers

Notable pages


  • Shouldn't Fedora link to an article on Fedora, rather than the infrastructure page?
  • It'd also be cool to have pages for all versions of Fedora, with a template used to describe each.
  • "updates-testing" and "Test Updates" are used interchangeably, which I don't believe should be the case. "Test Updates" is a natural name which succinctly describes its purpose. "updates-testing" is the technical name that is used by machines. This dual-naming scheme is familiar to the common and scientific names given to animals, like Canis lupus referring to a wolf, and I think the expectations for which to use for animal names should apply here.
  • I really like the headers for Wiki pages here. They're very nice looking. My only problem is that they imply a gated community; QA pages seem to be 'owned' by QA. This is reinforced by the fact that they're under the QA/ namespace. It seems like there could be a better solution for this sort of thing, like making these headers be footers, like a decorated Wiki category.