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Bug Day 7: Nov 26,2003: -Imagine something clever relatingThanksgiving to bughunting here-



It's the day before Thanksgiving, what's a better way to work up an
appetite for 40 lbs worthy of deep fried turkey meat than with some
quality QA? Trick question...there is nothing better!

For lack of something original and because the need is still as great as
it was last time, I hereby deem today's bug day theme
to be Fedora.us QA.

Become involved in the fedora.us QA process and help QA packages that
are waiting to be published in the fedora.us addon repo: 
http://www.fedora.us/QA. 
There are 279 packages sitting waiting for QA. That's 279 packages
the Fedora community could be enjoying in the published fedora.us
repository trees, once they have made it through the community QA
process.

Remember, until the full merge is completed and Fedora Extras and
Alternatives is up and running...community packagers are being advised
to use fedora.us's process:
http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2003-November/msg00649.html

How do you become involved in the fedora.us QA process?
Easy, read: http://www.fedora.us/wiki/PackageSubmissionQAPolicy
I think there are enough people in the freenode irc network's
#fedora-bugs channel who are already part of the fedora.us QA wagon
train to provide some guidance if you are new to the process (hint hint
hint, that means if you ARE part of the fedora.us QA process right now,
it might be in your best interests to sit in the channel and gingerly
help new people getting started in this process as part of the bug day
call to arms)

-jef"yeah i know I need to send these emails out on mondays"spaleta




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