Bug Triage Project - WAS: Re: Dapper Flight 5 Installation
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Wed Mar 15 20:54:41 GMT 2006
~75 in 2 hours. :S
Who can keep up with this?
On 3/15/06, Francois-Denis Gonthier <neumann at lostwebsite.net> wrote:
> On Wednesday 15 March 2006 13:36, Dennis Kaarsemaker wrote:
> > On wo, 2006-03-15 at 08:50 -0800, Daniel Robitaille wrote:
> > > It seems everytime I take a quick look at Malone I can find a few bugs
> > > that needed some love; so it really feel like it is the tip of a
> > > large iceberg.
> > I've seen your work - it really rocks. I did the same in November -
> > December, just visit all old open bugs to check what you can do. If we
> > can round up a team of people (yes - if you want to start helping ubuntu
> > development, THIS is your queue. There's no easier way to start than
> > bugtriaging!) we could do so much more.
> > So, volunteers? /join #ubuntu-bugs, visit heaps of bugs in malone,
> > subscribe to ubuntu-bugs and get going. Ubuntu needs you!
> > And if you get stuck with a report? Ask us on IRC, there's a growing
> > number of people in #ubuntu-bugs and we can help you get started.
> I'm scared of subscribing to Ubuntu-bugs. I fear my mailbox will overflow
> But I'm very interested by the 'triage team' idea. I can even provide
> myself sometimes.
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