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* [[User:Jlaska/Package_Review_Checklist|Package Review Checklist]]
* [[User:Jlaska/Package_Review_Checklist|Package Review Checklist]]
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Revision as of 15:51, 10 February 2011

James Laska
James Laska
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Fedora Information
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IRC channels: #fedora-qa, #fedora-test-days, #fedora-bugzappers
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I have been involved with release testing Red Hat Enterprise Linux products starting with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1. Currently, I manage a dedicated team of Fedora QA engineers. Among many things, we are responsible for expanding/sustaining/supporting a Fedora QA community, maintaining and providing status on Fedora release criteria, and identifying/building tools or process to streamline our work. I enjoy formal test documentation (cases, plans etc...), installation test automation and improving the installation experience for Fedora.

Oh, and how could I forget ... I like chicken!

Activities within Fedora

Quality Assurance