very simple devel tasks to do
pupeno at pupeno.com
Wed May 12 23:36:43 BST 2004
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I think, this is a very, very good thing.
I developed some KDE apps and I always wanted to help KDE itself, so, I said
to myself, just go to bugs.kde.org and start solving bugs. Good, so started
doing that, checked one bug, too complex, checked another, too political,
another too complex, another and voila! a simple bug, but when I tried to
solve it I've found it to complex once again. If there where jj bugs I would
have just looked for them and started there and probably right now I would be
solving more complex bugs!!!
Just my humble opinion.
On Wednesday May 12 2004 17:56, Adriaan de Groot wrote:
> On Wednesday 12 May 2004 22:50, Kurt Pfeifle wrote:
> > Do you think you'll be able to organize a forum/BoF/workshop for
> > new people interested in "juniour jobs" at aKademy? Do you think
> > we should ask the Quality Team people to cooperate whith that? Do
> > you think we should have a "dot" story about "jj"? A Derek Kite
> > "Weekly Highlight" spot on it?
> I'm writing a little JJ blurb for the dot as we, um, speak. I hope Fab is
> willing to post such. Right now though, with only 18 JJ's in all of
> bugs.k.o, we need developers (or the quality teams who are supposedly
> scouring the bugs system (Allen Winter does a good job of that)) to mark
> stuff as JJ more than we need users to fix them. Remember, marking a
> wishlist item with JJ: implies at least a tiny commitment -- as Lubos has
> done -- to help out with advice to whomever takes on the job. A bit of
> handholding at the right moment can get people highly motivated to do the
> job right, and then they get trapped in the kde devel bubble, and stay on
> as developers.
Pupeno: pupeno at pupeno.com
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