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Guest Blog: Weekly Minutes from the Testing Team (Larry Finger)

May 1st, 2010 by

Guest Blog from Larry Finger

For general news about the openSUSE Testing Core Team, please see http://tinyurl.com/24n8ufe and the links within it.

This has been a quiet week for the team, at least as a group. Individually, we have been testing 11.3 M6 since its release on April 29. In addition, we are preparing for our next team meeting to be held May 3 at 17:00 UTC. If you interested in our group, please join us on the #opensuse-testing channel on the Freenode IRC Network -irc://irc.freenode.net/opensuse-testing.

In the testing front, 11.3 M6 now installs on x86_64 systems, which is an improvement over M5. There are two bugs on the “Most Annoying Bugs” list at http://en.opensuse.or /Bugs:Most_Annoying_Bugs_11.3_dev, both have been repaired. That web page also lists workarounds.

A member of the Testing Team, Bernhard M. Wiedemann,  has been preparing videos showing the steps for installation from various media. Links to these demonstrations are available at http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2010-04/msg00447.html

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