Tag: Fedora by the numbers

Heroes of Fedora (HoF) – F27 Final

Hello and welcome to this issue of Heroes of Fedora focused on Fedora 27 Final release! The purpose of Heroes of Fedora is to provide a summation of testing activity on each milestone release of Fedora. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

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Test period: Fedora 27 (2017-10-17 – 2017-11-14)
Testers: 100
Comments1: 436

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Heroes of Fedora 23 bonus: Test Days

Heroes of Fedora 23 bonus: Test Days

Heroes of Fedora 23 bonus content – a quick post on Test Day stats.

I realized that in Heroes of Fedora 23 Alpha I promised statistics on Test Days in the Fedora 23 Final post, but forgot to include them when writing it! The Fedora 24 HoF posts will start up soon, but in the mean time, here are the Fedora 23 Test Day stats as a little bonus!

‘Overall fixed %’ is an approximation of what proportion of the bugs reported as part of Test Day events were ‘fixed’. Calculating it involves some subjective choices that have been discussed on the test@ mailing list before, but it’s a reasonable approximation. These stats are generated by this ‘testdays’ tool.

Events: 6
Tests: 318
Bugs: 29
Testers: 28
Overall fixed %: 56.5217391304

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Heroes of Fedora (HoF) – F23 Final

Heroes of Fedora 23 wraps up

Heroes of Fedora 23 completes, with a look at the heroes of Fedora 23 Final testing.

Wrapping up the Heroes of Fedora for Fedora 23, after the Alpha and Beta posts, it’s time to celebrate all those who contributed to Fedora 23 Final testing! As usual, we’ll be looking at Bodhi feedback on updates, release validation tests, and bug reports.

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FOSDEM 2016: Event Report

FOSDEM 2016: Event ReportOrganizing the #DistroDevRoom

 

As a longtime FOSS advocate and conference-goer, I have woefully from afar followed the press and event coverage after FOSDEM for many years, wishing on my lucky stars that someday, I too might be able to attend this premier FOSS event in Europe. And this year, finally, I got the opportunity to not only attend, but to help organize the Distributions DevRoom. Devrooms are a sort of mini-track within the larger conference, and ours focused on the common problems that Linux distributions, packagers, and other developers working at grand-scale community collaboration have to face.

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