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Fedora Media Writer Test Day (Fedora 26 edition) on Thursday 2017-04-20!
Apr 19, 2017 - 1:20 AM - by AdamW
It's that time again: we have another test day coming up this week! Thursday 2017-04-20 will be another Fedora Media Writer Test Day. We've run these during the Fedora 24 and 25 cycles as well, but we want to make sure the tool is ready for the Fedora 26 release, and also test a major new feature it has this time around: support for writing ARM images. So please, if you have a bit of spare time and a system to test booting on - especially a Fedora-supported ARM device - come out and help us test!

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