In order to put a page on getfedora.org, we need something to put
there. I'm happy to craft it into Content™, but I need your help in
coming up with ideas. This will also help me let the Design team know
what kind of art we need for it.
See the Workstation and Server pages for an idea of what I'm looking for:
What are 3-5 short (1-5 words) phrases we can use as key themes?
He / Him / His
Senior Program Manager, Fedora & CentOS Stream
Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 29, Fedora QA and IoT teams will be hosting
a test day! The purpose of the test day is to test major features of the
Fedora 33 Beta release on IoT to find any bugs, flaws, issues or otherwise
with the release. We also welcome and encourage exploratory
(at-your-own-pace) testing! Please see this the included wiki page to
learn more about the test day and how to contribute! Hope to see you there!
Fedora 33 IoT test day is on 2020-09-30. As Fedora IoT becomes the
part of Fedora Editions, to ensure we test the bits properly, we are
going to have a test day  where we will be focusing on testing the
IoT builds and reporting bugs.
TRIED AND PERSONALLY TESTED, ERGO TRUSTED
As Fedora IoT is an official edition now, the Fedora QA team finds it
necessary to merge the existing Fedora IoT release criteria  into the
existing criteria . As it stands however, the IoT criteria have not been
"rated" as to which criteria go where; Basic, Beta, or Final.
The purpose of my email is to start a discussion on how to "rate" each
criterion listed . Should there be different versions of each criterion
for Basic, Beta, and Final? Are some more important and as such, expected
to work from inception (Basic)? Which are these?
Fedora QA would like to have the official Fedora QA criteria page 
updated soon, (certainly before F33 launch), so that there is an
established quality standard to which IoT will reach.
Thanks for reading.