Monday January 31st, 2000

Another BugDay is upon us tomorrow. With the slew of M13 bugs, the Browser-General component is once again in need of volunteers to pre-screen the 120+ bugs, and weed out the deadwood and assign the valid bugs to a more suitable engineer/component. It's really easy --- here's how to prescreen them. Then, if you can, reassign them to the correct component/engineer/QA engineer. It's a great way to get acquainted and involved with Bugzilla and Mozilla QA! Between 3pm and 4pm PST (PST is GMT-0800) tomorrow there should also be QA people on hand in #mozillazine to help out with the effort.

However, BugDay isn't all about bug pre-screening. The #mozillazine channel is also there if you have any questions about running Mozilla or aiding the project. You can also just come and hang out with the gang.

So, stop on by using your favorite chat client (point it at, channel #mozillazine), our java chat client, or ChatZilla (see this news item for more on how to try out ChatZilla).

#1 BugDay! What Is It?

by asa <>

Tuesday February 1st, 2000 7:33 AM

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BugDay is a collaborative effort to find and report new bugs in Mozilla. We meet every Tuesday afternoon and work into the night (USA time). BugDay is a great oportunity to get help reporting that first bug, to learn to use Bugzilla ('s bug reporting and searching tool), to get verification across platforms for newly discovered bugs (we ususally have the major platforms represented), and to help out the Quality Assurance team in pre-screening newly reported bugs and verifying resolved bugs. BugDay is the perfect place to get started helping out and a great way to make mozilla better faster. Hope to see you all there.


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