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> From: "Luis Roca" <luisr...@protonmail.com>
> To: test@lists.fedoraproject.org
> Sent: Wednesday, March 7, 2018 7:46:16 AM
> Subject: Introduction
> Hello Fedora testers,
> My name is Luis and I am new to Fedora (late last year), not so new to Linux
> and quite less so to Unix. I've been impressed with Fedora and its
> community, with a desire to finally jump into serving a project. Having been
> introduced to BDD and exploratory testing I became interested in QA work. I
> thought Fedora would be a good place to pursue those interests while
> contributing to a project I've quickly grown to admire.
> I look forward to working with each of you,
> Luis Roca
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Hey Luis,

Welcome to Fedora QA, It will be great if you apply for qa FAS group.
You can start off by testing updates in [http://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/] for 
Fedora 26, Fedora 27, and Fedora 28.  Update testing is where a tester tests a 
package and gives out a +1 Karma for PASS and -1 Karma for FAIL. You can go to 
bodhi.fedoraproject.org where you can sort the packages with Fedora Releases 
and tags viz "pending" & "testing". You can read much about update testing here 
[1]. You can also, use fedora-easy-karma for giving out feedbacks.

you can start with  Release Validation testing. In Release Validation all you 
need to do is to check the nightly/TC/RC against certain criteria. For example, 
let's take the latest compose (Fedora 28 Branched 20180301.n.1), you can run 
test cases which are mentioned [2] and submit your results in the test matrix.

Note that each of the test cases[3] will have "How to test" section which will 
have the steps (to be executed sequentially) and if the results match with the 
expected results you can mark it as pass by editing the wiki page 
{{result|PASS|<fas_username>}} . Always make sure to check for "Associated 
release criterion" which can be found on the top of test case page, if your 
test case fails you can mark it fail by editing the wiki page 
{{result|FAIL|<fas_username>}} and file a bug at RHBZ [4] under Fedora.

 You can always find the ‘current’ validation pages using these addresses:


For Automation, you can start looking at Taskotron 
and Open QA[https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OpenQA].


Feel free to ping us on IRC if you need any help #fedora-qa@freenode.

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