It’s that time again (how it flies) – Test Day time!
Today, 2012-04-04, is Power Management Test Day. This is a regular one that’s been running for a while, so it should be nice and smooth by now.
Of course, if you have a laptop – or even a desktop you regularly suspend – this should be of interest to you! So please, find a few minutes to stop by, boot up a Fedora 17 live image, and see if it copes well with power management on your system.
As usual, the Wiki page is a one-stop shop, with testing instructions, test cases, and a table into which you report your results, so head there and follow the guide! Also as usual, the Test Day organizers will be hanging out in #fedora-test-day on Freenode IRC to discuss bugs and help out with testing, so please join in there too. If you don’t know how to use IRC, read these instructions, or just use WebIRC. Thanks!
Tomorrow – 2012-04-05 – we have another Test Day: l10n/i18n Installation Test Day. This will be focusing on translations and non-English input during installation. It’s very important to make sure the installation experience is smooth for users of all languages, so if you speak any language besides English, please do come along and help test! As always, full instructions are on the Wiki page, and Freenode IRC #fedora-test-day will be available for discussion. Thanks again!