help regarding whom excatly i should contact.
shakespear.joy at gmail.com
Mon Dec 5 16:21:42 UTC 2011
Thanks for the prompt reply.
lol on me for thinking those lists aren't that active :-) proven
otherwise now ;)
still i did visit the site mentioned in your reply.Will take a second look
at it again.
it would have helped a lot if launchpad featured a category where extras or
miscellaneous people like me who find it difficult to decide to join under
a particular category.
Speaking with respect to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SoftwareCenter
how can u help color coded sections.
Those even are just highlighted words with no links regarding how to join
or links relating to the actual topic.
After lot of clicking did i mange to find this devel lists( though i dont
regret finding this now :-) )
I just hope contributing became lot easier so that ubuntu as a whole can
grow more rapidly.
also i hope u saw a brainstorm link i gave searching deeper in launchpad
found some ideas in my brainstorm link have been reported as bugs and are
On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 7:47 PM, Michael Vogt <mvo at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 04, 2011 at 12:14:47AM +0530, joy chalissery wrote:
> > here is the link where is gave something in writing
> > http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/28923/
> > please do read the comments following the idea
> > admin talked about getting involved with development team.
> Thanks for your interesst in improving the software-center!
> > I am not a programmer of expert level but would like to give some
> > suggestions .
> > Saw about the teams and categories.
> > But no where there was a team which took in suggestions may be about a
> > single software in bulk.
> > i can do art,bit of programming, but more importantly give suggestion on
> > improving which can be easily
> > acted upon by developers.
> > So the question is which team to join/ location of a suggestion box ?
> > i could contribute to ubuntu.
> There are various way to approach the software-center team, check
> http://launchpad.net/software-center, it links to the spec that has a
> subsection about how to contribute. We are keen to hear your ideas and
> we always welcome help!
> In addition to suggestions, the best is probably to start hacking at
> the source code, even if you are not a expert programmer. We are happy
> to help you getting started, there is the software-store-developers
> mailing list and the #software-center irc channel where we hang out
> and can help. The scarce resource for us is people working on the
> implementation of all the great ideas that are floating around. So
> every bit helps!
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