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Re: WANTED: Fedora KDE QA Testers



OK, to streamline the process a bit: Can those who are signing up as KDE 
testers please (if not already done):
1. register for a Fedora account at 
https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/user/new
2. click through the CLA (this allows you to edit the wiki and to request 
membership in groups)
3. add yourself to the KDE SIG's member list: 
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/KDE#Participants
4. read https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA/Join carefully – your primary task 
as KDE testers will most likely be "Testing official updates before they are 
released", but we'll also want "Reporting bugs in Fedora releases", 
"NeedsRetesting", "Testing Fedora pre-releases" and "Testing Rawhide" from 
time to time. "Joining Test Days" can be interesting too if there's a KDE 
test day or to test e.g. new video drivers with KDE. "Creating test cases" 
is for the ambitious folks, it's really hard to make good test cases for a 
desktop environment and it also requires at least a minimum of technical 
writing skills; I'd suggest focusing on the actual testing for now. 
"Triaging and managing bugs" is already taken care of by SMParrish 
(tuxbrewr). And finally, "Developing tools" is something for the developer 
types within QA, we don't expect KDE testers to participate in that. :-)
5. post a short self-introduction to the fedora-test-list (also accessible 
through NNTP and HTTP at gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.testers) so the QA folks 
know who you are and what you're going to do. (At least your real name, your 
Fedora account name and your intention to do KDE testing should be there.)
6. request membership in the qa group at 
https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/

That ensures you're listed as KDE SIG and QA group members and that people 
know who you are.

        Kevin Kofler



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