Hey xen folks, while much of the UI test cases are specific to KVM, never hurts to have people show up and test what they are interested in, we will have virt-manager and libvirt people on hand if you hit issues.
Thanks, Cole -------- Forwarded Message -------- Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 20:06:32 -0400 From: Cole Robinson <crobi...@redhat.com> To: Fedora Virt <v...@lists.fedoraproject.org> Hey all, The Fedora 21 Virt Test Day is this coming Thu Sep 25. Check out the test day landing page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2014-09-25_Virtualization If you're interested in trying out some new virt functionality, there's step by step instructions for: * Q35 Chipset * Import AArch64 image as a VM on x86 * Install VM using OVMF/UEFI Even if you aren't interested in testing new features, we still need you! The test day is the perfect time to make sure your virt workflow is working fine on Fedora 21, as there will be several developers on hand to answer any questions, help with debugging, provide patches, etc. No requirement to run through test cases on the wiki, just show up and let us know what works (or breaks). And to be clear, while it is preferred that you have a physical machine running Fedora 21, participating in the test day does NOT require it: you can test the latest virt bits on the latest Fedora release courtesy of the virt-preview repo. For more details, as well as easy instructions on updating to Fedora 21, see: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2014-09-25_Virtualization#What.27s_needed_to_test If you can't make the date of the test day, adding test case results to the wiki anytime next week is fine as well. Though if you do plan on showing up to the test day, add your name to the participant list on the wiki, and when the day arrives, pop into #fedora-test-day on freenode and give us a shout! Thanks, Cole -- xen mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/xen