[ubuntu-za] ZA - Johannesburg - BugJam
stefan at lsd.co.za
Fri Jan 16 09:48:17 GMT 2009
Great! Can you add yourself to the wiki page.
I also just wanted to let everyone know what a BugJam is...
A BugJam is when we all get together to help improve Ubuntu. This
means we report bugs, confirm bugs, triage bugs, solve bugs or
anything to do with the Ubuntu bugs.
You need not be a technical person, just someone interested in making
Ubuntu better. If you are technical, thats great. You can review
patches, test them, improve them etc.
I'll be helping where I can and also help will be available online to us on IRC.
Have a look at the 5-A-Day wiki on how we can log our stats!
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On Fri, Jan 16, 2009 at 11:40 AM, Marius Kruger <amanic at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/1/16 Stefan Lesicnik <stefan at lsd.co.za>
>> Hey Guys,
>> I would like to organise a get together for the Ubuntu GlobalBugJam 
>> I am in Johannesburg, so thats where this one will be great if others
>> could plan in similair areas!
>> It will take place on one day in the weekend between the 20 February
>> to 22 February. I propose Sat 21 at 12:00 till whenever we're done or
>> want to leave.
>> I have started a planning page on the ubuntu-za wiki 
>>  - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GlobalBugJam
>>  - http://wiki.ubuntu-za.org/GlobalBugJam
>> How much interest have we got??
> I'd be interested to attend.
> I have a sufficient laptop (no 3G so will need a lan or a wireless lan).
> I should be able to get a virtualbox with an up to date jaunty on there
> working, mm maybe I should even install it on my old home desktop pc.
> I'm a kubuntu user, so I'd focus on that sort of thing.
> I'm a bazaar developer, but don't think there would be critical problems
> with that on jaunty, but I suppose I can test it a bit.
> Otherwise, I'm happy to go with the flow and see what bugjams are all about.
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