Wine Janitorial Projects
tony_lambregts at telusplanet.net
Wed Dec 4 15:10:48 CST 2002
Dimitrie O. Paun wrote:
>The Wine Janitorial Project section has grown to the point
>where a separate page is warranted. It's been *greatly*
>enhanced, hopefully making the tasks a lot more explicit,
>easier to understand, and track. The first release of this
>page is available at:
>As you are probably used to by now, the working version
>can be found here:
>Please feel free to suggest new projects for the list.
>There are many things to cleanup in the tree, and having
>them available on an easy to read page increase the changes
>of (1) someone picking them up, and (2) us not forgeting them.
Well not fogetting about them is sort of what bugzilla is for. So I will
put them into Bugzilla with the keyword tasklist or tasklet as
appropriate. Bugzilla is good at tracking what needs to be done I think
it worked very well for -DSTRICT and these are very much like that.
>So let me know if you come across anything that you feel should
>be on the list. Also, if you're working on something big, I can
>mark your name there so we can avoid duplicated work.
>Last but not least, there are a lot of small, self contained,
>and easy to get into tasks listed there. If you feel like getting
>your feet a bit wet in Wine development, this is an ideal
>opportunity to start, and get to know the project a little better.
>Just ask for help if you are new, and would like some help to
>get you started.
You should probably have a link to the tasklets/tasklist at the bottom
of the page.
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