Fwd: Re: Google Codein
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Fri Dec 18 08:23:31 UTC 2015
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Assumpte: Re: Google Codein
Data: Tue, 15 Dec 2015 09:00:47 +0100
De: Narcis Garcia <informatica at actiu.net>
A: ubuntu-gnome at lists.ubuntu.com
Printable step-by-step tutorials.
As an example, I attach what I use as a brief one for users that already
Subjects to documment (main questions users ask to me):
- How to scan a paper
- How to copy files from/to a pendrive
- How to get photos and/or videos from my camera
- How to apply updates
- How to format a pendrive
- How to customize "look and feel"
- What's that "keyring"
- How to chat or place a confedernce with my friends
- How to apply updates
- How to scan with antivirus and clean viruses (= not tutorial: the
logic of not having viruses)
- How to get my favourite game (-> alternative games)
- How to unpack or pack a .zip file
- How to setup my own picture for desktop background
- How to maximize and minimize windows (-> not minimizing)
- How to change user password
- How to disable screensaver lock
- How to setup my already detected printer
El 15/12/15 a les 06:54, Tim ha escrit:
> So a week in and a lot of students have installed and enjoyed Ubuntu GNOME.
> I have a few students begging me for non-technical Ubuntu GNOME tasks, anyone have any ideas? Stuff that would actually be useful to us, is
> best. Documentation, Artwork, Design what not, just about anything apart from translations is fine. Could still use extra mentors if anyone can
> help out!
> As an example I set a task to cleanup the download wiki page (This is not quite complete just yet) but see
> Are there other pages that need attention?
> On 08/12/15 19:24, Tim wrote:
>> On 08/12/15 19:09, Ali/amjjawad wrote:
>>> On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 2:42 PM, Tim <darkxst at fastmail.fm <mailto:darkxst at fastmail.fm>> wrote:
>>> Hey all,
>>> Hi all,
>>> So Google Code In started this morning, and I still looking for more bugs that can list as tasks.
>>> If you can think of any bugs that you think might be suitable please send them through, I guess roughly the requirements would be:
>>> - Easily reproducible
>>> - No massive feature requests
>>> - Current bugs in Xenial, although things already fixed that just need SRU to trusty/wily would be ok also
>>> - Probably best to avoid the scary platform bugs in things like ubiquity and suspend issues ;)
>>> - I'm hestitant to include any crashes in this, since they can be hard to track down, but if there are high impact crasher bugs, ill take
>>> a look
>>> at the traces and possibly list them.
>>> If there are any bugs, please send them my way or Tim's - not sure who else from Ubuntu GNOME are mentors?!
>> None so far, but if any active team members want to help out I can get them added. Keep in mind its not meant to be intensive mentoring, more
>> just add some tasks, answer the odd question and review their final submission. That last bit is really all you are on the hook for and its
>> expected to be done with 36-48hrs after the student has completed the task!
>> So far in the first 12 hours, documention and QA seem to be the most popular tasks snapped up by users, ive been adding a few development tasks,
>> there is no reason why each sub-team couldnt find 2-3 (or more tasks to add). If you find you get some particularly enthusiatic participant,
>> then you can add more tasks on demand as they progress!
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