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Amita Sharma
Amita Sharma
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Hey! I am SQA (tester) from India, excited about Fedora QA, people and events. I am more into testing 389 I am also contributing in Fedora QA. My Blog

Presence in Fedora

I've been involved with the Fedora project for over a year now. I'm part of the Fedora QA team, mostly directing my efforts on 389. There are lot many people who wants to contribute but don't know from where and how to start and needs guidance, specially when it comes to testing. Many young brilliant brains in colleges, techie but shy women, people who don't know any programming but want to contribute..there is huge crowd actually. I want to communicate and present how one can contribute in Fedora QA to this crowd. I'm interested to write about Fedora and involving more people (specially women) in Fedora. These are projects in which I am currently contributing/interested to contribute ::