Quality Hackfest, March 19th 2013

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com
Fri Mar 15 19:21:05 UTC 2013

It's time for another hackfest! This time around, we're able to expand 
the hacking to automated (autopkg and autopilot) and manual tests. 
There's something for everyone to help and contribute. You don't need to 
know code, or be a programmer to help write tests. All you need is your 
testing mindset and your keyboard. Of course, if you are a developer 
there's some great opportunities to contribute autopkg and autopilot 
tests as well, with folks around ready to help.

So what is this hackfest? "A hackfest is a gathering of interested 
contributors with the goal of contributing new testcases as well as 
fixing and enhancing existing testcases." In other words, it's a virtual 
party on IRC to help write new tests!

The hackfest will occur Tuesday, March 19th, from 1200 UTC to 2300 UTC. 
To participate, see the pages below and show up on #ubuntu-quality on 
IRC. We picked a 12 hour window to help accommodate the different 
timezones and schedules -- pick a good time for you!

Please take a look at the following pages for more information (a 
special thanks to Javier and others for helping set these up, great job!):


Thanks everyone, and I hope to see you there!


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