Fwd: [Ubuntu-phone] Core app hack days are coming back!

Nicholas Skaggs nicholas.skaggs at canonical.com
Wed Jan 22 20:12:32 UTC 2014

I'll be around during these hack days as well. If you want to help 
contribute some autopilot tests or hack on the existing tests for these 
apps, plan to attend :-)


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Subject: 	[Ubuntu-phone] Core app hack days are coming back!
Date: 	Wed, 22 Jan 2014 19:36:26 +0100
From: 	David Planella <david.planella at ubuntu.com>
To: 	ubuntu-touch-coreapps <ubuntu-touch-coreapps at lists.launchpad.net>
CC: 	ubuntu-phone <ubuntu-phone at lists.launchpad.net>

Hi all,

Given the success of the previous Core Apps Hack Days last cycle, we've 
decided to bring them back!

Tomorrow we will publish a detailed announcement, but I thought I'd give 
an initial heads up to all teams not to catch anyone off-guard.

The tentative schedule is to focus to 2 apps per hack day, as follows:

Friday 24th January:

  * Reminders
  * Music

Monday, 3rd February

  * Calendar
  * Shorts

Tuesday, 4th February

  * Clock
  * Calculator

Wednesday, 5th February

  * File Manager
  * Doc Viewer

Thursday, 6th February

  * Weather
  * Terminal

If you're a core app developer and want to help with the preparation, 
things that might be useful to lower the barrier of contribution could be:

- Triage bugs in your project, assigning them the priorities you judge 
- Add tags to group bugs that you can point new contributors too (e.g. 
'bitesize', 'ui', etc.)
- ...

You're all very talented and creative developers, so I'm sure you have 
your own ideas to bring to the mix too :)

Looking forward to seeing the contributions during the Hack Days!


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