On Thu, 2010-03-25 at 09:59 -0700, Jerome Whyte wrote:
I have since last year wanted to get involved in triaging/bug zapping,
but was overwhelmed on where to begin, I read this email and felt like
I may have a starting point.mYou suggested Rhythmbox as a place to
start for Vedran Miletić's students, and since I use Rhythmbox, I was
thinking I could start there as well. The link you provided doesn't
directly show Rhythmbox? How would I find it?
You can find all open bugs on Rhythmbox by using the handy
or by doing a search in Bugzilla. Go to http://bugzilla.redhat.com/
click Search. Selection Fedora under Classification, and Fedora under
Product, then hit 'Refresh Components/Versions/Milestones'. Then scroll
down the Component box and select rhythmbox. You can also change Status
to include MODIFIED, ON_DEV, ON_QA, VERIFIED, RELEASE_PENDING and POST
if you like, but for triaging purposes it may be best not to. Then just
hit the Search button.
You also mention Nautilus?
Same instructions, just replace 'rhythmbox' with 'nautilus' :)
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