From: Alexander Limi <limi@pl...> - 2005-04-05 16:04:48
On Tue, 05 Apr 2005 16:48:14 +0200, Christian Heimes =20
> Anne Bowtell wrote:
>> Bug days...
>> Can you give us novices a bit more information as to what you want us =
>> to do?
>> I'll happily show up - but how? what can I do?
> * sign the contributor agreement
> * learn how to work with svn
> * learn how to run unit tests
> * ask somebody to give you permissions on the plone bug collector
> * grab bugs, test if they are still valid, fix them and commit the bug =
> fixes into the right branch
> At first we might not give you full permissions or tell you to commit =20
> fixes on a branch to see how you are working. After a while and after =20
> showing us your qualitites you are going to get more permissions.
In short: we can probably find something for you to do. Just the simple =20
task of testing if bugs are real or can't be reproduced is a really =20
important task, and can be done by pretty much anyone with a minimum of =20
> Limi: We should prepare a tutorial for newbies and novice developers. I=
> won't have time to work on the text and I bet that you don't want me to=
> spend my precious time on writing a tutorial in horrible english but to=
> work on ATCT.
Yeah, I prefer you writing horrible German-English method names instead. =
Good idea. Anybody from the documentation team want to step up with a =20
simple Guide to Helping Out During Bug Days for Dummies=E2=84=A2? :)
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