Alberto Salvia Novella
es20490446e at gmail.com
Sun Jan 26 20:24:00 UTC 2014
Welcome to the team.
Yes! tester is a good place to begin. There's also One Hundred Papercuts
<https://launchpad.net/hundredpapercuts>, which works only in easy to
fix but very annoying bugs (so the best place if you want to star
familiarizing with how bug fixing is done.
If any question... just ask ?
El 26/01/14 20:25, Jonathan Thompson escribió:
> Hi, I am new to the IT and Ubuntu community and am looking to get my
> hands dirty on some projects. I have little to no coding ability, but
> some decent mathematical, writing, and direction-following ability
> obtained from my chemical engineering degree. I recently installed
> Ubuntu and attempted to troubleshoot my wireless networking card, and
> got a taste of some code, and I liked it.
> I accidentally discovered, however, after about 10 hours of
> troubleshooting, that simply unplugging my ethernet fixed my wireless.
> So there's that. I guess I should start as a tester? I'll do whatever.
> Good to meet you guys.
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