|Upcoming Eclipse Bug Day: what do the UA committers think about UA users triaging bugs? [message #571965]
||Tue, 24 July 2007 22:17
Originally posted by: nospam_kowalskilee.gmail.com|
What do the Eclipse UA committers think about having the community
members participating in Eclipse Bug Day?
At a minimum, is there some triaging work that you could use some
community help in?
"Blogging is simply email, cc: world." -- Sam Ruby
Eclipse Bug Day: http://wiki.eclipse.org/BugDay
The Bug Day FAQ (http://wiki.eclipse.org/BugDayFAQ) says that even Users
('non-developers') can participate in Eclipse Bug Day:
Q: What skills do I need to participate in Eclipse bug day?
A: There's plenty of opportunity to participate if you're not a
developer! There are Eclipse bugs out there that need help with triage
(see the question below) or if you're good with artwork, there's bugs
out there that need help with art!
Q: How do I triage bugs?
A: Programming skills might help you fix particular bugs, but triaging
most bugs will not require any programming knowledge. Bug triaging is a
great way for people who do not know anything about programming to
return something to the Eclipse community. To get started with triaging
a bug, simply go to the Eclipse bug day page: (1) find the current bug
day, (2) find a component your interested in triaging and click the
triage link, (3) go through the bugs and see if there is anything
missing in a bug or the bug may be out of date.
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