Hi everyone!

Jackson Doak noskcaj at ubuntu.com
Sun Mar 30 01:45:52 UTC 2014

Welcome josh,

A guide for reporting bugs is at
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs , although it has a lot of
info that might not apply to you yet. Once you've made the bugs, feel free
to post about the in the #xubuntu-devel irc channel, we can help you with
any issues you have there.

While you're testing 14.04, make sure your results are reported at
packages.qa.ubuntu.com and iso.qa.ubuntu.com so the data can be used.


On Sun, Mar 30, 2014 at 12:34 PM, joshua boyles <mile357 at gmail.com> wrote:

> My name is Josh.  By day I'm a SharePoint Administrator, by night I tinker
> with Linux.  I imagine I'm the only SharePoint admin who used Xubuntu on my
> work laptop until my boss decided it looked bad and asked me to switch to
> Windows.
> I've done lots of work in the past building training, presentations and
> documentation about a variety of subjects, so I'd love to work with the
> Xubuntu Documentation team.  Just point me in the right direction and put
> me to work.
> I can also help testing (I'm typing this using the latest beta of 14.04)
> and if there's a walk-through that talks about how to report bugs I'd love
> to do that.
> Thanks,
> Josh Boyles
> mile357 in IRC
> mile357 at gmail.com
> PS I also use XFCE with XMonad, so if anyone on this list uses XMonad and
> would be willing to share their xmonad.hs with me I'd really appreciate it.
>  I keep running into random problems that I think are related to some key
> bindings overlapping.
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