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Re: Fedora 11 Test Day survey



James Laska wrote:
> 
> 1. How did you find out about Fedora Test Days?  

Mailing list posting.

> 
> 2. Was sufficient documentation available to help you participate in a
> Fedora Test Day?  If not, what did you find missing or in need of
> improvement?

Yes, I found everything I needed on the corresponding wiki page.

> 
> 3. Did you encounter any obstacles preventing participation in Fedora
> test Days?  How might they have been avoided?  Did you discover any
> workaround?

Time. Test days are sometimes not announced early enough for me, or I do
not have them marked on my calendar so I forget about them.

> 
> 4. Were you able to locate and download installation media for testing?
> Did it function as expected?

Yes. Yes.

> 
> 5. What follow-up actions do you expect after the Test Day?  Are your
> expectations currently being met?

I expected an analysis of the data received either by a mailing list
post or an update on the wiki page. I saw neither and thought my data
was just thrown into the wind. My expectations were not met.

> 
> 6. Would you participate again in future Fedora Test Days?

Yes.

> 
> 7. Do you have any more general comments or any suggestions for
> improving future test days?
> 

Please get the Fedora calendar server going. I'd love to subscribe
Thunderbird/Lightning to the QA calendar. People would be able to know
about and participate in test days (or any QA event) without a mailing
list subscription or a 24/7 IRC connection as it seems some things are
discussed solely on IRC.


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