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[atomic] Using Fedora updates-testing with Fedora Atomic 22

Those of you who have used Fedora for a while will likely be familiar with the
concept of the "updates-testing" repository.  I've now documented the fact
that there's an OSTree branch of Fedora Atomic 22 that tracks it:


Once you run this command, your system will track updates-testing.  You can
then reboot and use the new system to provide karma for updates to the
individual packages in Atomic, such as:


(To pick two topical ones, but currently there are many other updates queued
 in updates-testing, `kernel`, `less`, `openssh`, etc.)

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