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Old 29th April 2009, 05:22 AM
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SSSD Test Day this Thursday

This Thursday, April 30th, will be a Test Day for SSSD, the System Security Services Daemon. SSSD provides several key enhancements to Fedora 11, including:

* Offline caching for network credentials
* LDAP connection pooling
* D-Bus InfoPipe service for extending user information (e.g. face browser images, preferred language, etc..)

A lot of prep work has going into making this test day a reality. Test cases have been defined, a fedora-infrastructure hosted LDAP server will be available for testing, detailed setup instructions defined and all of it pulled together in a pre-configured live image to make testing easier. So please make all our effort (well, not mine, I was busy fighting with mixers) worthwhile, and come out to #fedora-qa to help with testing! If you're not sure how to use IRC, see these instructions.
Adam Williamson | awilliam AT redhat DOT com
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