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== Purpose ==
 
== Purpose ==
The SOP section contains a list of tasks the Fedora QA team provides for the project.  Current QA team members can add tasks they know about and list steps to complete the task as well as issues to consider.  This is a great way to make sure that individuals aren't the only ones that can fix a problem.
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The SOP section contains a list of tasks the Fedora QA team provides for the project.  Current QA team members can add tasks they know about and list steps to complete the task as well as issues to consider.  This is a great way to make sure that individuals aren't the only ones that can fix a problem. Ideally, every task the QA team performs should be documented by an SOP, particularly those that are part of the release process and listed on the release calendar.
  
 
== The Community ==
 
== The Community ==

Latest revision as of 21:53, 28 July 2011

This page documents the Standard Operating Procedures for the Fedora Quality Assurance (QA) team.

[edit] Purpose

The SOP section contains a list of tasks the Fedora QA team provides for the project. Current QA team members can add tasks they know about and list steps to complete the task as well as issues to consider. This is a great way to make sure that individuals aren't the only ones that can fix a problem. Ideally, every task the QA team performs should be documented by an SOP, particularly those that are part of the release process and listed on the release calendar.

[edit] The Community

The SOP section of the wiki is left in the public because it is our hope that others in the community will add common problems, fix our steps and just in general look over what we're doing and help us when we're doing something stupid. This is a wiki and in true wiki fashion we encourage anyone interested to go over our processes with a fine tooth comb. It'll make us better and we'll probably learn something in the process. General rule, make change first, ask questions later. Many people are watching the wiki so if something is not right, we'll fix it or revert the page.