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====Fedora 17 Beta Go/No-Go Meeting, Wednesday, March 28, @17:00 Eastern====
  
From Fedora Localization Project Noriko Mizumoto<ref>noriko.mizumoto at gmail.com</ref> on Thu Mar 1 02:37:44 UTC 2012 announced<ref>http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel-announce/2012-March/000901.html</ref>,
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Fedora New Project Leader, [[User:Rbergero|Robyn Bergeron]]<ref>rbergero at redhat.com</ref> on Mon Mar 26 13:25:12 UTC 2012 announced<ref>http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel-announce/2012-March/000907.html</ref>,
  
"Hi Fedora package maintainers
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"Please join us on irc.freenode.net in #fedora-meeting-1 for this
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important meeting. Will the Beefy Miracle live up to the latter half of
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its name? Attend this meeting and find out! :)
  
Could you please pull latest translation for your package, re-package
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012 @21:00 UTC (17:00 EDT/14:00 PDT)
with it and push to koji for L10N QA test by 2-Mar?
 
We will have a live image to be composed for this particular test on
 
5-Mar. The focus is to test translations availability and accuracy in
 
desktop applications. This test covers all Fedora packages. This is only
 
one chance for translators to check translation quality. It is highly
 
appreciated your help."
 
  
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"Before each public release Development, QA and Release Engineering meet
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to determine if the release criteria are met for a particular release.
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This meeting is called the Go/No-Go Meeting."
  
====Bodhi comment emails issue fixed==== 
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"Verifying that the Release criteria are met is the responsibility of
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the QA Team."
  
Kevin Fenzi<ref>kevin at scrye.com</ref> on Sat Mar 10 23:40:00 UTC 2012 announced<ref>http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel-announce/2012-March/000902.html</ref>,
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For more details about this meeting see:<ref>https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Go_No_Go_Meeting</ref>
  
"Greetings.  
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In the meantime, keep an eye on the Fedora 17 Beta Blocker list:<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Current_Release_Blockers</ref>
  
In the last week or so, there was an issue with bodhi sending emails to
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Ongoing Beta RC test results can be seen here:<ref>https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Category:Fedora_17_Beta_RC_Test_Results</ref>
update submitters when comments were left on their updates. Note that
 
this issue did not effect bodhi comments (ie, pushed to testing, pushed
 
to stable, being pushed, etc), only comments left by users / autoqa.
 
  
This issue has been corrected, so any comments left should now email
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Cheers! (And do note that we will be in #fedora-meeting-1!)"
correctly.
 
 
 
Maintainers may wish to look over their pending updates for any
 
comments they may have missed.
 
 
 
Sorry for the trouble,"
 
  
 
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Revision as of 13:33, 29 March 2012

Announcements

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Breaking News of the Week

GSoC : Students application period started

Fedora Ambassador - APAC region and Event Liaison - Design Team: Buddhike Kurera[1] on Mon Mar 26 17:53:07 UTC 2012[2] announced to the Fedora community specially to those who are students about the Google Summer of Code: Students application period started.

"The students application period will be open[3] from today, 26th March 1900 UTC. Interested students can start submitting their applications (proposals) to the Fedora project and google-melange.

Please make sure you complete following on or before the deadline, 06th April, 1900 UTC. Do not wait till the last minute, no late proposals will be entertained by gsoc program admins or Fedora project.

Complete how-to guide on submitting proposals [4] to the Fedora project can be found at wiki [5] and each and every proposal should be submitted via the google-melange.com as well. (get registered with the program if you dont) You should create your proposal on the wiki[6] and send the link to the summer-coding mailing list. One student can submit more than one proposal[7] but bare mind the quality matters than the quantity.

A template of the application[8] should be followed. Every question should be answered on the application template. Feel free to add anything important and related except the questions noted on the application template. But make sure all the questions on the application template will be answered.

If anything is not clear please do contact me or admins or your mentor. Further please keep in touch with the summer-coding mailing list and GSOC 2012 wiki page[9], important notifications/ notices will be forwarded/ displayed.

Happy Summer Coding !!!"

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Fedora 17 Beta Go/No-Go Meeting, Wednesday, March 28, @17:00 Eastern

Fedora New Project Leader, Robyn Bergeron[1] on Mon Mar 26 13:25:12 UTC 2012 announced[2],

"Please join us on irc.freenode.net in #fedora-meeting-1 for this important meeting. Will the Beefy Miracle live up to the latter half of its name? Attend this meeting and find out! :)

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 @21:00 UTC (17:00 EDT/14:00 PDT)

"Before each public release Development, QA and Release Engineering meet to determine if the release criteria are met for a particular release. This meeting is called the Go/No-Go Meeting."

"Verifying that the Release criteria are met is the responsibility of the QA Team."

For more details about this meeting see:[3]

In the meantime, keep an eye on the Fedora 17 Beta Blocker list:[4]

Ongoing Beta RC test results can be seen here:[5]

Cheers! (And do note that we will be in #fedora-meeting-1!)"

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