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January 14, 2013 / Kamil Páral

The heroes of Fedora 18 Final testing – wiki matrices

Fedora 18 development is over and I would like to thank all who contributed to Fedora 18 release testing. Below is a list of contributors together with the number of results they reported into our release validation wiki matrices (Install, Desktop and Base) for the Fedora 18 Final milestone:

User name Reports submitted Referenced bugs*
robatino 271 887991 853590 872844 887120 (4)
boblfoot 218 889896 890965 886314 883075 889908 885912 893918 891881 879187 873144 (10)
Wutao85 76
lnie 71 887201 856463 868777 873103 875599 (5)
vhumpa 61
satellit 58 879046 828197 893892 (3)
kparal 35
mkrizek 25
mkyral 21 892178 (1)
adamwill 20 858270 (1)
fholec 14 893005 892178 893030 (3)
jskladan 13
lbrabec 11 855824 873065 875599 (3)
bsanford 9
jpospisi 9 863337 (1)
tflink 8
konrad 6 810040 893699 (2)
cmurf 6
lzachar 6
jreznik 5
pschindl 5
mattdm 4
lnovy 4 892178 (1)
pkis 4 892178 (1)
robertjw 3 893875 (1)
bubeck 2
werkman 2 855513 (1)
nonamedotc 2
pdobbin 1
vehrlich 1
Hyprwave 1

* This is a list of bug reports linked to the wiki results. They don’t have to be reported by that concrete person.

The results are pretty interesting. Bob Lightfoot challenges Andre Robatino’s crown! :-) Together they have more test cases submitted than all the rest of us combined. Huge thanks, Andre and Bob!

I’d also like to specifically thank all community (non Red Hatter) contributors. Besides robatino and boblfoot, namely satellit and konrad have the most results.

Of course, kudos also to anyone else in the matrix. Fedora 18 was a hard and delayed release, and your effort helped us keep its quality up. Especially the new installer interface benefited greatly from lots of testing. Thanks!

If you haven’t participated in Fedora 18 release validation, we would love to see you in the Fedora 19 cycle (the test period will start in a month or so). Follow the announcements, and then please read QA/Join#Release_validation or talk to us in #fedora-qa on IRC.

Thanks everyone!


When reading the statistics, please bear in mind that the numbers are not directly comparable. Different test cases have different complexity. Lots of people test, but they don’t fill in the test case results. Wiki matrices are just a single piece of a large puzzle, people can contribute and test Fedora in a number of other ways, which is not reflected here.
The statistics were generated by the release-test-stats.py script.

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