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Will Woods
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Hi, I'm Will. I'm a member of the Installation Team at Red Hat.

Before 2011 I was self-styled Fedora QA Architect, in charge of development work on AutoQA (and some other bits and pieces). Before that I was the Fedora QA Lead but (lucky for me) there's lots of other talented folks the Fedora QA efforts these days. For questions about Fedora QA you should probably talk to James Laska these days.

Anyway, you can email me here, or find me on the Freenode IRC network in #fedora-devel or #anaconda.

Here's some other links: