Introduction

John Dulaney jdulaney at fedoraproject.org
Thu Sep 5 16:15:42 UTC 2013


> Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2013 17:06:38 +0300 
> Subject: Introduction 
> From: shar.liltshar at gmail.com 
> To: test at lists.fedoraproject.org 
>  
> Hi guys, 
>  
> I'm following the Intruduction email example writing this, hope you are  
> having a good time reading it :) 
> I've been using Fedora since Fedora Core 2 and I feel like it's the  
> right time for me to contribute somehow. 
> I've got a few years of background with RHEL too. 
> I like coding in scripting languages, mostly love writing in BASH, some  
> Python and rest you can guess. 
>  
>  
> My name is Mike Timland, I'm 28 years old and live in NY. My first  
> contact with Linux was about 10 years ago or more. Appears that also I  
> am using Linux for desktop stations and servers since then. 
> I just feel obligated to contribute to this community that had made my  
> life easier all those years. 
> I have a professional QA background so anything I could help with will  
> be great. 
> Sadly I'm occupied mostly of the time with work but I have spare time  
> running performance tests like now and I would like to do something  
> meaningful in those moments. My irc handle is ringstrasel 
>  
> I'll be glad to write automation tests if possible in future. arm tests  
> on my raspberry pi are another thing that i can think of. Or I could  
> help with other stuff too. 
>  
> Please let me know how should I proceed, where should I start from, is  
> there a scrum system where I can pick up from a list of tasks or so. 
>  
> Thank you in advance and last but not least Love Fedora 
>  
> Best Regards, 
> MikeT 
>  
>

Welcome!
Firstly, we have some materials on the wiki (1) to help you get started.
Come hang out in #fedora-qa on Freenode.  We don't bite, but adamw
may fire you from time to time!

Probably the best way you can help out is grab the latest test image and
help with testing that.

RE the Raspberry Pi, alas, Fedroa does not support it; for one it's ARMv6
and is an old architecture, and the kernel to run it is not fully open source.

Welcome to the club!
John. 		 	   		  


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