Tuesday April 25th, 2000
Asa Dotzler writes, "Join us today (and every Tuesday) on #mozillazine for BugDay! BugDay is a collaborative bug hunting and triaging effort. If you're new to the process we've got several very helpful folks on hand to help you get started. If you're oldschool then we could really use your help. Today we will be focusing on help issues and getting new reporters up to speed as well as pushing through the mountains of Unconfirmed bugs with pre-screening and Verifying a bunch of Fixed stuff. If you're interested in helping to make Mozilla better faster then grab a nightly build (or M15 if you've got it) and drop in this evening and lend a hand. BugDay is held on IRC server irc.mozilla.org in channel #mozillazine."
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#1 Proper Build to Get..
Tuesday April 25th, 2000 1:20 PM
Just as I finished downloading and installing last night's build, I find the topic in #mozillazine to be:
Bugday - Please use last Friday's build - ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/2000-04-21-09-M16/ or ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/2000-04-21-13-M16/
Just FYI, folks...
#2 Thanks eliot for the update
Tuesday April 25th, 2000 1:46 PM
Yes, things have been pretty shakey for the last few days. I tend to agree with using last Friday's build (unless you're brave and willing to deal with the crashes 'for the cause'). There are some Fixed bugs that would be nice to Verify with today's build so anyone that's willing, I'm not gonna tell you not to use it. But if you're looking for considerably calmer waters then I recommend last Friday's build or M15.
Asa (community QA volunteer)
#3 Bugday, Anzac Day, Birthday......
Tuesday April 25th, 2000 1:59 PM
well that's the big 3 for the day =P
I'll give last night's build a look - just takes time on a 33.6k connection
#4 Offtopic: QNX free ... Mozilla port...
Wednesday April 26th, 2000 12:18 AM
Now that QNX os free for personal use. Has anyone tried using Moz on that platform? There is a NS6 pakage for it.
I'd test it myself, but slow analog modem here...