New BugZapper Introduction
john.brown009 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 00:00:56 UTC 2009
On Mon, Nov 09, 2009 at 12:51:24AM +0100, Victor wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> I've applied to the BugZapper team today, hoping to contribute with what I
> can. Please note that I have only used Fedora and Linux for about six months
> so far, which means I have a _lot_ left to learn. Having said this, I feel
> that with a little nudge in the right direction I should be able to at least
> be of some assistance :)
> To tell you a little bit about myself, my name is Victor Danell and I'm a 22
> year old Computer Science student from the northern parts of Sweden. As with
> anyone who studies at a university my hours vary greatly depending on what
> courses I take and this does of course affect how much stuff I can zap. A
> guestimate would be that I'll have a few hours a week to spare.
> As for area of preference, I really can't say. I guess the easier the better
> in the beginning, to get a hang of how everything works. I'll definitely be
> on IRC if I'm accepted, to see what is going on.
> Thanks in advance for considering my application! Feel free to contact me,
> should there be any questions.
> IRC nick: lightweight
> msn: fs04vida at gmail.com
> // Victor
Hello Victor, welcome to the group! I will approve your group membership in a
second. Here is a list list of components which we'd like
BugZappers to work on as a priority.
we'd recommend you pick a component from that list that you feel
comfortable working on, then contact its maintainer to say you'll be
working on triaging it, and ask if they have any tips or special
requests. Then read:
To see how the process works (I know that looks like a lot of pages, but
several of them are pretty short, and they all work together). Please do
join #fedora-bugzappers and ask if you have any questions or problems,
there's usually another team member around who can help you out. Thanks
a lot for volunteering your time! Do come out to the next meeting -
they're Tuesdays at 15:00 UTC - if you have the time, and we can welcome
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