On Thu, 2020-08-06 at 03:16 +0000, Jonathan Watt wrote:
I originally reported this issue at
but was asked to re-report it here:
I was using whatcanidoforfedora.org
to see what areas I could contribute to. I selected
"Validate Releases" and it took me to the QA wiki:
That section says:
For information on getting and installing pre-releases, see <this page>.
where "this page" links to:
However, navigating to that page gives the message:
This page is outdated!
You will be redirected to:
That general getfedora.org
page doesn't seem to be applicable for directing potential
testers on how to test pre-releases.
Maybe this could be fixed?
Thanks for reporting this, and sorry for the trouble!
The section had got a bit stale indeed. Before getfedora.org
the get-prerelease URL always had some useful content even when no
current pre-release was available, but now things are a bit different.
I have revised the text on the page to link directly to getfedora.org
with some wording explaining that it'll mention a Beta release whenever
a current one is available. I took out all references to Alphas since
we don't have them any more. I also updating the "Developing tools"
section a bit while I was in there. :)
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