Patch pilot report for the week of 2012-01-30
martin.packman at canonical.com
Fri Feb 3 21:15:03 UTC 2012
Want to try hacking on bzr but not sure where to start? There are
several recently filed bugs with good steps to reproduce:
A couple of these may be hard to fix, but writing a failing unittest
is a great way to get started.
On the bzr code front this week:
Vincent landed some configuration changes to the new SSL certificate
checking code, this is something we'll really want feedback when the
installers for 2.5b6 are released.
Jelmer updated several more things to the new config stacks onver the weekend.
Wouter has been making more progress on getting the test suite passing on pypy.
Sam demonstrates it's easy to just fix something in bzr.
Couple of neat things in the wider bazaar world:
Hidetaka added cool new overview of changes bar to qblame and qdiff.
Curtis has been fixing various fallout from the move to gtk3. The
proposals from last week are particularly worth looking at for the
testing added despite being one line fixes to a gui application.
FOSDEM is on this weekend, if you're going say hi to Jelmer who'll be
there, snow willing.
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