Fedora-20 beta -
joe at zeff.us
Tue Dec 17 23:32:09 UTC 2013
On 12/17/2013 12:52 PM, Chris Murphy wrote:
> Fedora doesn't magically get more stable. It's due to testing, bug reporting, and triaging those bugs, much of which is done by volunteers. The more testers, the better the coverage, the more bugs are found before release. The stability depends in large part on the community's contribution into finding and properly reporting bugs (reproduce instructions, attaching the proper logs, etc.) The community gets out of Fedora what's put into it.
Obviously, and that's what beta-testers are for. My comment was about
people who install the beta and don't understand what the term "beta" means.
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