Tomorrow Jul 29th we'll have oVirt 3.5.0 second test day.
On this day all relevant engineers will be online ready to support
any issues you find during install / operating this new release.
Just make sure you have 1 host or more to test drive the new release.
If you're curious to see how it works, this is your chance.
Thanks again for everyone who will join us tomorrow!
#ovirt irc channel
Please communicate here to allow others to see any issues
In this test day you have a license to kill ;)
Follow the documentation to setup your environment, and test drive the new features.
Please remember we expect to see some issues, and anything you come up with will save
you when you'll install final release
Remember to try daily tasks you'd usually do in the engine, to see there are no
Write down the configuration you used (HW, console, etc) in the report etherpad.
Release notes: http://www.ovirt.org/OVirt_3.5_Release_Notes
Features pages links: http://bit.ly/17qBn6F
If you find errors in the wiki please annotate it as well in report etherpad 
Prerequisites / recommendations
Use CentOS or RHEL 6.5 only. 6.4 is unsupported due to various issues (sanlock,
Use Fedora 19 or 20.
repository to be enabled for testing the release are listed in the release notes page
NEW issues / reports
For any new issue, please update the reports etherpad 
Feature owners, please make sure:
your feature is updated and referenced on release page .
you have testing instruction for your feature either on test day page  or in your
your team regression testing section is organized and up to date on test day page
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