coordination #12134

Updated by okurz about 1 year ago

Potential improvement points: 

 * add wikipedia page describing openQA 
 * someone could write a recent blog article 
 * keep track of reference sources describing / tracking openQA, e.g. wikipedia list 
 * better use of the twitter account (@openQAhq) 
 * Gerald from SUSE suggested: Market SUSE QE Tools Workshop more, connect to general SUSE YouTube channel, talk to TAMs to invite partners 

 ## wikipedia listed openQA but  
 unfortunately no separate wikipedia article for openQA which it IMHO deserves.  
 openQA was actually listed as "discontinued" since an anonymous edit from  
 2016-02 which I corrected to being active citing the page Maybe the broken OBS link as reported in #9436 was  
 making the wikipedia change author to think it is not active which would be  
 sad and probably something we want to avoid in the future. 
 I corrected this but the entry was deleted as visible in as it was stated that there is no article describing openQA. 

 But there was a page "OpenQA" which unfortunately got deleted as well: 
 Reasons stated are: 

     20:40, 3 May 2016 BethNaught (talk | contribs) deleted page OpenQA (G12: Unambiguous copyright infringement of; not GPL is CC BY-SA compatible) 
     03:09, 26 March 2016 Diannaa (talk | contribs) deleted page OpenQA (G12: Unambiguous copyright infringement of,, 

 Does anyone know who might have created that wikipedia article and what we can do to come up with a safe version of it? 

 Would it help to dual-license some content, e.g. our README under CC-BY-SA or something?