Continuous integration in Fedora

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Continuous Integration (CI) is the process of running tests for every change made to a project, integrated as if this were the new deliverable. If done consistently, it means that software is always ready to be released. CI is a very well established process across the entire IT industry as well as free and open source projects. Fedora has been a little behind on this, but we‘re catching up. Read below to find out how.

Why do we need this?

CI will improve Fedora all around. It provides a more stable and consistent operating system by revealing bugs as early as possible. It

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