Hug Day! Me, oh my!
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Sun Jun 3 13:52:05 UTC 2012
Doesn't look like anything else is on that day. At first glance I see
a lot of Natty-filed bugs, so there may be a bunch of stuff that just
gets closed or won't fix'd.
There are a lot of python error bugs there too, most of which are
unconfirmed. One of the goals of the HugDay would be to confirm
those, but as some are semi-old, I am not sure of the feasibility of
There are also a lot of wishlist bugs. Correct me if I am wrong, but
wouldn't software-center upstream need to handle those, or decide
whether to implement them?
We may want to coordinate with upstream as well, since some of these
bugs are wishlist-type, and those probably need upstream handling.
On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 at 6:41 PM, Evan Peck <gigglechildren at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ubuntu Software Centre Hug Day Idea Proposal
> Hi, I am Evan Peck from America and I enjoy triaging bugs and drinking
> coffee. I also like to drink coffee.
> I would like to organize a HugDay for Ubuntu Software Centre on August 25th,
> 2011. Are there any other plans for this day?
> Evan Peck (brokenfingers).
> In accordance with https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugDay/Organizing Hip hip
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