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#1 2009-10-19 02:08:20

pjmattal
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From: Boston, MA
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Bug Squashing Day: Saturday 11/7

Many thanks to those who participated in the Bug Squashing Day in October; it was very productive!

Andrea and I are planning the next one for Saturday 11/7. Jump in whenever you like, but you can be sure to find us squashing furiously in the #archlinux-bugs IRC forum in the afternoon and evening EST.

Join us if you can! Many hands make light work, and anyone can help.

Best,
Paul and Andrea

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#2 2009-10-19 12:10:56

Allan
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From: Brisbane, AU
Registered: 2007-06-09
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Re: Bug Squashing Day: Saturday 11/7

That is November 7 and not July 11?  tongue   I may be able to help out a bit at this one, although I may just stick to the pacman tracker.

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#3 2009-10-20 04:40:37

chender
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From: Toronto, Canada
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Re: Bug Squashing Day: Saturday 11/7

As a non developer Arch user I just want to thank you all for the diligence on this stuff.  Having tried other distro's, mainly Ubuntu, Arch has brought me better reliability and better understanding of my system.


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#4 2009-10-20 04:51:11

mikesd
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Re: Bug Squashing Day: Saturday 11/7

pjmattal wrote:

Join us if you can! Many hands make light work, and anyone can help.

Do you need to be running [testing] to be able to help?

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#5 2009-10-20 04:52:56

Allan
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Re: Bug Squashing Day: Saturday 11/7

mikesd wrote:
pjmattal wrote:

Join us if you can! Many hands make light work, and anyone can help.

Do you need to be running [testing] to be able to help?

Not if the package with the bug is not in [testing].

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