Hug Day - 21 February 2008
yuriy.kozlov at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 22:51:47 GMT 2008
On 2/19/08, Pedro Villavicencio Garrido <pedro at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hello Ubuntu Lovers,
> Following with the Desktop Hug Days of Thursdays, the Thursday Feb 21
> we'll be celebrating a GNOME Power Manager Hug Day:
> Our goal is to deal with all of the bugs on that list.
> Who can join the Hug Day? Everyone. You don't need to be a developer.
> You don't need to know to code. Everyone is welcome. If you don't know
> how to help, then just come and we'll explain you everything.
> In a Bug Day, you can
> * work in a nice team,
> * make sure the bug reporters' concerns are heard,
> * gather all the information needed so developers can fix bugs,
> * close useless bugs,
> * find out where the bugs come from,
> and eventually
> * work together with upstream to make changes happen,
> * get experience in hacking and fixing bugs.
> Where to join the Hug Day? #ubuntu-bugs on freenode IRC. And you can go
> there every other day too!
> When to join the Hug Day? Next hug day is on February Thursday 21, 2008
> In all timezones.
> But again, you can go there every day and help with triaging the bug
> tracking systems.
> While you are welcome to apply to join the Ubuntu Bug Control team at
> anytime, Hug Day is a great day to join!
> If you're interested in helping to make the next release of Ubuntu even
> better - please stop by. And feel free to ask bdmurray, ogasawara,
> pedro, heno and the rest of the team for ways to help out. We hope to
> see you there and your name on the list of bug triagers!
> Have a nice day,
For Kubuntu users, developers, testers, and other breeds of
bug-hunters, here is an analogous Hug Day page for the KDE Guidance
We still need a debugging how-to page for it, however.
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