Full Article Attached BugDays Are Back!

Tuesday February 12th, 2002

Join us this Thursday and Friday as we work to clean up the bug database, weeding out duplicate reports, confirming or resolving bugs, and adding comments and testcases to assist developers working on difficult issues. We're getting very close to Mozilla 1.0. We need your help to ensure that important problems aren't overlooked and we need your time so that developers can focus on fixing bugs rather than reading a bunch of duplicate or incomplete reports.

#5 it's not about reporting bugs.

by asa <>

Wednesday February 13th, 2002 6:34 PM

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The idea here is not to report a bunch of new bugs. BugDay is an oportunity to get more involved than just reporting a bug. There are 17,000 people that have reported bugs. This is about getting in and triaging, cleaning, adding value, requesting more info, making the existing bugs more useful. BugDay is way to take the next step and get more integrated into the process than just filing a bug and walking away.