Hi All...

Ben Blankley ben.blankley at gmail.com
Tue Oct 8 04:51:54 UTC 2013

Welcome, Grant! I'm a new-ish tester too, and I've found it's pretty easy
to get started. First, make sure you have a Launchpad account in order to
file bugs and record test results. Then, pick either ISO testing (new
installations) or package testing (running the development version
actively), and go to iso.qa.ubuntu.com or packages.qa.ubuntu.com and do
some manual tests. Thanks for joining!
On Oct 7, 2013 4:54 PM, "Grant Peach" <pesh1985 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> My name is Grant Peach (Nick - PESHuk) I have just discovered the power of
> Linux and Ubuntu and have a real passion for making the software available
> to the community the best it can possibly be. I have been a loyal Windows
> and Mac user from my most junior years. I am so very passionate about the
> speed at which technology is evolving, and would very much like to be a
> part of it.  You must understand that although I am utterly engrossed in
> this subject, I am still a beginner. I will therefore need help and
> positive reinforcement. Your assistance on the complexities of this type of
> work would be greatly appreciated, such as reporting bugs and testing new
> software. Also information as to how to perform the vital functions of
> these activities would be welcomed.
> Thanks
> Grant
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