1. Rejecting QA as Quality Assurance

    Fri 24 May 2013 By Tim

    This is something I've said a few times before but not so much in a formal sense. It plays into some stuff I've been working on as of late and I figured it was about time to write about it.

    As far as I know, the QA in Fedora QA …

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  2. Proposing Blocker Bugs

    Wed 23 January 2013 By Tim

    I think this topic came up in the past but it was more of a "wouldn't it be cool if we did this" thing than an actual proposal. While at FUDCon Lawrence, we came up with a proposal to create a web form to assist in proposing blocker and freeze …

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  3. FUDCon Lawrence 2013 Hackfests

    Tue 22 January 2013 By Tim

    While the presentations at FUDCon are always interesting, one of the big things which is possible at FUDCon is to collaborate with people while we're in the same location.

    Fedora Test Automation

    There hasn't been a whole lot of movement on the test automation front in Fedora as of late …

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  4. FUDCon Lawrence 2013 - Day 1

    Fri 18 January 2013 By Tim

    It's that time of year again - FUDCon time! I wish that I had a little more time to get stuff ready after Fedora 18 was released but there's not much I can do about it at the moment.

    Today started as most FUDCons do - with a rundown of how BarCamp …

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  5. Converting To Pelican

    Thu 06 December 2012 By Tim

    I've been running my blog with Habari for a while now and while there are a lot of things I like about the platform (the comment system and the admin interface, mostly), I find the lack of decent themes, the need to either write posts in raw HTML or use …

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  6. Gooey Karma

    Tue 20 March 2012 By Tim

    When I'm going through updates to give karma, I'm usually using fedora-easy-karma. While it's a great tool, the information that it provides is a but raw and doesn't provide much in the way of information if you're not already familiar with the package under test. When I'm testing something that …

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  7. IPython Notebook in Virtualenv

    Sat 17 March 2012 By Tim

    I'm a big fan of using virtualenv to keep development environments separated and want to use IPython notebooks with those virtualenvs. One might think that you could just install ipython and go but it turns out that there are a couple other steps needed to make this work. Before working …

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  8. PyCon 2012

    Wed 14 March 2012 By Tim

    While I could sit here and write pages on what I learned at PyCon, I think that it would be a bit more productive and readable to list a few of the highlights. Going into PyCon, my major interests were testing technique (for AutoQA), data analysis and visualization (mostly for …

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  9. Utility of Comparisons

    Fri 09 March 2012 By Tim

    One thing that I think we've all done in the past is write comparisons of different tools and frameworks. I've certainly done several in the past and they were read one or twice (by nobody other than my team mates) and are forgotten unless the topic comes up again.

    I …

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