Monday June 19th, 2000
Asa Dotzler writes, "It's BugDay again! 'What is Bugday,' you ask. BugDay is a collaborative bug hunting, reporting and triaging effort that happens every Tuesday evening on #mozillazine on IRC. This Tuesday we're going to spend BugDay on a couple of different tracks. We've got a lot of new people playing with Mozilla since the release of M16 and that means (we hope) a lot of new contributers to the Community Quality and Testing effort. The first track will be a 'getting acquainted with Bugzilla / Reporting your first bug' workshop for those new to Mozilla. The second track will be a 'Confirm and Verify / keeping the Bugzilla database clean' effort for the regular crew. If you found something in M16 that didn't seem right or you'd like to help us get the flood of new bug reports all sorted out and assigned to the proper developers then stop in to #mozillazine this Tuesday evening (mid day to mid night USA time) and help us make Mozilla better."
#7 M16 Crashes (+M17 nightlies) why no linux talkback
Tuesday June 20th, 2000 6:51 AM
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On my personal Linux machine most of the M16 builds and M17 builds have been fairly stable. However I was working on a machine last week (Linux also) where mozilla was very unstable and crashed frequently.
I'd have like to have been able to produce a bug report for these crashes but were unable to as I was working at the time and I don't think my employer would have been too happy with me spending all my paid time on debugging a crash.
If there was Linux talkback builds of M16 then I would have been able to have provided at least some information to the mozilla team.