New person, ready to help with some QA!

Jackson Doak noskcaj at
Tue Sep 17 21:17:25 UTC 2013

Welcome ben.
A few things you could do:
Run ISO tests and report the results on
Run the daily on your PC, then report all bugs you find and
occasionally run the stuff on
Write autopilot tests. These are either C++/QML or Python.
Help develop the different apps that testers use. e.g.
Help with fixing and triaging bugs.

More things you can do are at

On Wed, Sep 18, 2013 at 2:40 AM, Ben Blankley <ben.blankley at> wrote:
> Hello all,
> My name is Ben Blankley, and I've been using Ubuntu off-and-on since 2005,
> and Linux off-and-on since around 2000. I now use Ubuntu full-time on two
> laptops at home, and I figured it was about time to give back what I can. I
> know a little Python, a little C, and a little Fortran 90 (Thanks, undergrad
> degree). I'd love to help test bleeding edge software, and already use the
> xorg-edgers PPA on one of my laptops.
> Other things about me: My day job is an aircraft structural engineer, and
> I'm also the president of the local community theater.
> I look forward to working with you all.
> Ben Blankley
> President - WCT, Board of Directors - WSC
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