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Well I have been in the QA group for a few weeks now. Mostly I have been running the standard test procedures on the nightly drops for F28 and running the canned regression tests on new versions of the Kernel. I've occasionally tested updates when I could recognize what a particular update was and had an idea how to test it. I've also done some tagging of packages.
 
Well I have been in the QA group for a few weeks now. Mostly I have been running the standard test procedures on the nightly drops for F28 and running the canned regression tests on new versions of the Kernel. I've occasionally tested updates when I could recognize what a particular update was and had an idea how to test it. I've also done some tagging of packages.
 
I think I need a mentor; so I think I'll send a note to the list and see if anyone is willing.
 

Revision as of 13:03, 6 April 2018

Well I have been in the QA group for a few weeks now. Mostly I have been running the standard test procedures on the nightly drops for F28 and running the canned regression tests on new versions of the Kernel. I've occasionally tested updates when I could recognize what a particular update was and had an idea how to test it. I've also done some tagging of packages.