[Ubuntu-ch] Fwd: Global Bug Jam participation, First Steps

Myriam Schweingruber schweingruber at pharma-traduction.ch
Thu Feb 19 12:10:23 GMT 2009

FYI. This weekend Ubuntu will have the Global Bug Jam, where LoCo
Teams around the world will gather to jam as many bugs as possible.
Find below the HowTo from Daniel Holbach, the big Ubuntu Bugjaminator.
I did not announce this event earlier, but I'm sure those of you who
follow Ubuntu closely already know about and are prepared to give a
hand. I simply didn't find time to organize something form
Switzerland, any help would be welcome...


PS. I am working more on Upstream bugs lately, especially KDE 4.2 and,
of course, Amarok 2. But this of course gives back better software
downstream :)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com>
Date: Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 08:36
Subject: Global Bug Jam participation, First Steps
To: loco-contacts at lists.ubuntu.com, ubuntu-event-planners at lists.ubuntu.com

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Hello everybody,

we're getting closer and closer to the Global Bug Jam and I for one am
pretty excited! :-)

If you're organising a Bug Jam on the weekend, here's a list of things
to prepare for it:
 1. Add your jam to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GlobalBugJam if you haven't
done so.
 2. Prepare a list of bugs you and your team can go through.
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GlobalBugJam has some inspiration for you. :-)

During the event:
 1. Click https://launchpad.net/~5-a-day-participants/+join and tell
your team to join it as well.
 2. Add your event to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Events as well and
ask people to add their Launchpad ID there.
 3. Take pictures and tell people to blog / dent / twitter about it.
Take pride in what you and your team are doing and add your stories
here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GlobalBugJam/Stories - tell the world
about it!
 4. Have fun!

Anything I forgot? Follow up on the list!

Have a great day,
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