New BugZapper Introduction

Adam Williamson awilliam at
Mon Nov 30 20:57:54 UTC 2009

On Sat, 2009-11-28 at 14:31 -0800, Juan Pablo Daza wrote:
> Hi, my name is Juan Pablo (JP), 
> I've used linux since 1997 and have followed closely the fedora
> evolution from that time. All began playing with the kernel
> introducing RT behaviour (from rtlinux set of patches on RH 6.2) and
> breaking things while studying electrical engineering.  
> I was worried on the internals of the OS so decided to use another
> point of view and installed Slackware and Gentoo to learn the
> internals of the operating system and the building process.
> Has been a while and now I decided to help this community to be
> greater than it is now, so I've already reported some bugs and helped
> the qbittorent process to release version 2.0.0 using F12 as a testing
> point:
> Well, that's a bit of myself, I wish you all the best.

Welcome, Juan! Sorry for the late response, I wasn't active on the

I have approved your group membership. Here is a list of components
which we'd like BugZappers to work on as a priority, there's lots

The list is:

we'd recommend you pick a component from that list that you feel
comfortable working on, then contact its maintainer to say you'll be
working on triaging it, and ask if they have any tips or special
requests. Then read:

to see how the process works (I know that looks like a lot of pages, but
several of them are pretty short, and they all work together). Please do
join #fedora-bugzappers and ask if you have any questions or problems,
there's usually another team member around who can help you out. Thanks
a lot for volunteering your time! Do come out to the next meeting -
they're Tuesdays at 15:00 UTC - if you have the time, and we can welcome
you there.

Adam Williamson
Fedora QA Community Monkey
IRC: adamw | Fedora Talk: adamwill AT fedoraproject DOT org

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