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Here’s the last in my FUDCon 2012 post series! This time covering QA things that happened at the event. We had a nice group of QA folks – myself, Tim Flink, John Dulaney and Sandro Mathys were all there, plus many of our regular co-conspirators from the development, anaconda and rel-eng teams. The ‘biggest bang’ […]
So what does it make sense to do the week after FUDCon, with Fedora 17 Alpha impending? Why, work on fixing random annoying bugs, of course! That’s pretty much what I’ve done this week. For some reason – I can’t even remember what the reason was any more – I decided to finally nail down […]
(This is part 3 of my FUDCon odyssey, which I’m trying to split into smaller chunks as per Adam Young’s suggestion. Part 1 is my Day 1 summary. Part 2 is a post on the topic of the talk I gave on the barcamp day.) One of the most fun bits of FUDCon is always […]
In deference to Adam Young, I’m going to try and write a series of broken-down posts on FUDCon, rather than one or two giant mish-mash-y summaries. So, this one’s about the presentation I gave, titled ‘Cloud 0.1′, with a subtitle I haven’t quite nailed down yet, but which is something like ‘Why Not to Spend […]
Welp, I’m here at FUDCon Blacksburg. I meant to blog about it ahead of time, but never quite got around to it. It’s a slightly odd organization this year, very hackfest-heavy, with the keynote and barcamp stuff happening only on Day 2. So far I’m feeling fairly useless, as I can’t contribute much to any […]