Our call to apply for the openSUSE Core Test Team end of July attract a great deal of attention. So we got applications from nearly 50 members out of the openSUSE community, much more than expected.
Caused by that large number of offers to move testing of openSUSE forward, we decided to increase the number of members for the new openSUSE Core Test Team from 15 to 25. A number that enables even more areas to be covered by the openSUSE Core Test Team.
Six weeks later – with the release of Milestone 7 of openSUSE 11.2 – the team is formed and already started his work to ensure that openSUSE will also be a rock-solid Linux distro in the future. First discussion about prioritizing tasks is already started and members of the team are planing their first real time meeting on IRC.
But everybody that is not (yet) part of the team is also able to take part in discussions of the openSUSE Core Test Team and contribute. The communication platform for the new team is the public firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list (further information at http://en.opensuse.org/Testing). And of course you don’t have to be part of the Core Test Team to help the openSUSE project with testing of Milestone 7 and later releases (which are available at http://software.opensuse.org/developer).
I’m exited to see the team to carry the world before one.
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