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## Next click on ''Fedora''
 
## Next click on ''Fedora''
 
## Click on ''Fedora'' again
 
## Click on ''Fedora'' again
## Edit the description  
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## Edit the description -- drafted [[BugZappers/HouseKeeping/TwoWeeksBeforeRelease| two weeks before]]
 
## Scroll waaaaay to the bottom of screen until you come to ''versions''
 
## Scroll waaaaay to the bottom of screen until you come to ''versions''
 
## Add the new version
 
## Add the new version
 
## Click ''Save Changes'' at the bottom of the screen
 
## Click ''Save Changes'' at the bottom of the screen
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# Confirm execution of ''rawhide rebase'' with Red Hat Engineering Operations
  
# Confirm execution of ''rawhide rebase'' with Red Hat Engineering Operations
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== Other Notes ==
#* '''TODO:'''Confirm exactly what dates makes the most sense to run rebase
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* Often the new release version is added automatically by Red Hat Engineering Operations when they automatically rebase the rawhide bugs

Latest revision as of 19:26, 2 June 2009

One Day Before Release Date

  1. Re-confirm that release day is on track with release engineering.
  2. Enable new Fedora version for GA in Bugzilla & Adjust Product description
    1. Navigate to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/enter_bug.cgi?classification=Fedora and you'll see the text there
    2. If you have sufficient bugzilla privelges click on Administration at the top of the screen in bugzilla
    3. Next click on Products
    4. Next click on Fedora
    5. Click on Fedora again
    6. Edit the description -- drafted two weeks before
    7. Scroll waaaaay to the bottom of screen until you come to versions
    8. Add the new version
    9. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the screen
  3. Confirm execution of rawhide rebase with Red Hat Engineering Operations

Other Notes

  • Often the new release version is added automatically by Red Hat Engineering Operations when they automatically rebase the rawhide bugs