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* The testdayapp is a new interface developed by Josef Skladanka for Fedora test events. From Fedora 23 L10n test day, we will be using this app to test the l10n packages and provide the test results.  
 
* The testdayapp is a new interface developed by Josef Skladanka for Fedora test events. From Fedora 23 L10n test day, we will be using this app to test the l10n packages and provide the test results.  
* Testdayapp for Fedora 23 L10n Testing is [http://209.132.184.193/testdays/show_event?event_id=28 here].
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* Testdayapp for Fedora 23 L10n Testing is [http://209.132.184.193/testdays/show_event?event_id=27 here].
  
 
===Steps for testers ===
 
===Steps for testers ===
  
 
* Translation teams/translators are free to prioritize packages they find more important to test.  
 
* Translation teams/translators are free to prioritize packages they find more important to test.  
* Go to the [http://209.132.184.193/testdays/show_event?event_id=28 Fedora 23 app] page.
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* Go to the [http://209.132.184.193/testdays/show_event?event_id=27 Fedora 23 app] page.
 
* Applications to test is categorised into Fedora, Gnome and Firefox. For better viewing and to avoid cluttering, these applications are further divided into 4-5 sections.  
 
* Applications to test is categorised into Fedora, Gnome and Firefox. For better viewing and to avoid cluttering, these applications are further divided into 4-5 sections.  
 
* Click on the application name you would like to test. This will take you to the testcase page of that application explaining you about the application and steps to test.
 
* Click on the application name you would like to test. This will take you to the testcase page of that application explaining you about the application and steps to test.

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