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== From Nick's blog ==
* [[http://www.theorangenotebook.com/2014/03/a-simple-look-at-testing-within-ubuntu.html|A simple look at testing within Ubuntu]]
* [[http://www.theorangenotebook.com/2014/03/keeping-ubuntu-healthy-manual-image.html|Keeping Ubuntu healthy: Manual Image Testing]]
* [[http://www.theorangenotebook.com/2014/03/keeping-ubuntu-healthy-core-apps.html|Keeping Ubuntu healthy: Core Apps]]
The Ubuntu Quality team is focused on developing and maintaining the policies and practices for ensuring Ubuntu's quality as a distribution as well as providing general advice, oversight, and leadership of QA community and its activities within the Ubuntu project.
You can get involved with the Ubuntu Quality team in several ways. To help you figure out what you can do to help us, we have split the tasks in several roles:
After you've found out the area(s) where you want to help us with, we recommend subscribing to the Ubuntu Quality mailing list. Announcements and coordination for testing will occur on this list.
Also consider stopping by on IRC and saying hello in realtime! We hang out in the #ubuntu-quality IRC channel on the Freenode IRC network.
There are a few tutorials to get you started:
For testers: Setting up a development/testing installation
Additionally, if you need more information or guidance on getting started, you can ask for help both in the mailing list and the IRC channel.
The Launchpad QA Team is open for everybody helping out the QA team to join!
You can send an introductory email to the Ubuntu Quality mailing list list introducing yourself and your plans for working in the team.
You can add your information on the Hardware page.
The FAQ page answers the most common questions.