BugDay - Browser Bug Prescreening
Monday January 3rd, 2000
Tomorrow, there will be QA people from Mozilla.org on hand to help with bug prescreening of browser bugs. What's bug prescreening? Many bugs come in that are not necessarily relevant to Mozilla, or are not valid bugs, and prescreening to weed out the invalid ones can save some developer's time so he or she can focus on fixing the real bugs. You can read more about bug prescreening at mozilla.org.
Show up tomorrow for BugDay at #mozillazine on irc.mozilla.org to help with bug prescreening, or any other bug-related work you'd like to do. There will be QA people there from 3:00-4:00pm PST if you have any questions for them, and other bug-reporters there throughout the night to help you out.
#3 We'll have the experts on hand to answer
Tuesday January 4th, 2000 7:37 AM
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We'll have netscape quality assurance team members at today's BugDay (and it looks like future BugDays as well) to answer these kinds of questions. I suspect that MattT' answer is right on the money though. I don't think it wouldn't make sense to remove bugs completely.
If you're new to the process please ask lots of questions at BugDay and if you're a veteran of the process please take some time to answer questions. Testing and feedback are key ways to move this project forward so come over to BugDay and be a part of making Mozilla better.
Asa (posted with a mozilla 2000 build)