Adam Williamson posted yesterday about some upcoming test days and the status of Fedora 20. Today is virtualization test day, and if you’re interested in virtualization and have a little time to spare, you should grab the test day live CD and give an assist.
Thursday will be GNOME 3.10 test day for Fedora 20, and there’s a lot of features to test out before the release – you can be one of the first folks to help test-drive GNOME on Wayland! (Check the link for full details on how to participate.)
Williamson says that Fedora 20 is “working its way fairly smoothly along the schedule” and that moving ARM and cloud up to primary status “are great steps in the right direction.”
Have questions? You can sign into #fedora-test-day on Freenode (or use the Webchat) to get help in real time. If you have some free time and want to make Fedora even more awesome, this is a great way to help out!