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David Hammerton crazney at crazney.net
Tue Nov 27 04:28:48 CST 2001

Its also a good idea to hang out in #winehq on irc.openprojects.net, then you
can nag the more experienced developers and pick up problems that people report
and attempt to fix them :).


On Tue, 27 Nov 2001 11:19:01 +0100, Andreas Mohr wrote:

| On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 08:02:32PM -0500, Ryan C. Stallings wrote:
|  > Hello all,
|  > 	I am new to the wine scene and would like to try my hand at a little wine 
|  > hacking.  Are there any bugs out there that would be easy for a newbie to fix 
|  > while letting me learn a bit about the inner workings of wine?  I have read 
|  > all the material about getting started developing, but I am just lacking a 
|  > bit of direction on what to work on :)
|  Well, personally I think that trying tons of programs is the best way
|  to start hacking on wine.
|  That way you'll soon find a feature that's rather easy to implement/fix,
|  and thus you'll gather more experience.
|  See search.microsoft.com for docu.
|  -- 
|  Andreas Mohr                        Stauferstr. 6, D-71272 Renningen, Germany
|  Tel. +49 7159 800604                http://home.nexgo.de/andi.mohr/

David Hammerton
aka crazney
Victoria, Australia

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