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BugDay Report

Wednesday November 24th, 1999

Asa Dotzler writes in with a report on the first BugDay, which occurred yesterday on #mozillazine.

"First Weekly BugDay a Success

The first weekly BugDay was both fun and productive. Many people showed up including new mozilla users, veterans of the project, Netscape developers, quality assurance team members and even a few wallflowers. People with all levels of involvement and familiarity worked together to find, verify and report new bugs, clarify or add to old bug reports, answer questions, etc...

BugDay proved to be a great opportunity to meet new people and get involved with Mozilla in new ways. New dialogs opened between Netscape developers and 3rd party coders/qa contributers. People new to Mozilla learned more about Mozilla the browser as well as Mozilla the project, helped to root out difficult bugs and learned how to use Bugzilla to search for existing bugs and file new bug reports.

Thanks to everyone that participated. Watch for the next BugDay announcement and till then keep up the bug hunting!

For more information on BugDay keep your browser tuned to mozillazine or stop by IRC at irc.mozilla.org, channel #mozillazine.

Further information and the latest builds of Mozilla can be found at http://www.mozilla.org."

Also, the devchat with Dave Hyatt was very informative. I'll try to get the log online today, but more than likely it will be up after the Thanskgiving vacation.


#11 Bug day timer?

by Anon

Friday November 26th, 1999 10:01 PM

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I would seriously like to be in on a mozilla bug day, but being on the wrong side of the globe (Aus) makes it a bit hard for me to figure out when some specific time given in american time actually is. So how about some putting together a cgi or javascript that gives the number of days and hours to the next bugday session? That us other-siders could participate by staying up late or something. :)