speeddymon at gmail.com
Thu May 12 10:15:46 CDT 2005
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are notifying myself that you would like to have an interview. If you
need to discuss this more with me, use a subject of "Discuss - Now
Attention all users of wine! Have you ever run into a situation where
"it worked before, but now it doesnt"? Have you ever wanted to help out
the wine project, but either don't know how to program, or don't know
how to get started? Have you reported bugs on bugs.winehq.com and
gotten frustrated because of the response time? You are not alone!
The Wine Project is proud to announce that we are now recruiting for
Maintainer/Janitor positions on the Bugzilla Database!
Bugzilla Maintainers should:
Have a good working knowledge of Linux
Know how to run a backtrace using the wine debugger
Know how set debug parameters for wine tracing of program execution
Know how to submit bugs to bugzilla
Know proper settings for bugs
(when a bug should be a blocker, which bug depends on which other bug,
Have strong interpersonal communication skills, and outstanding
customer service skills
Programming knowledge/experience is a BIG Plus, but is not required
Being able to set aside a minimum of 7 hours a _week_ to work on bugs is
a BIG Plus, but is not required
This position is for the most part unsupervised, and strictly voluntary,
meaning you will not be compensated/paid in any way. An interview does
not create any form of contract either express or implied between you
and The Wine Project, nor any of it's developers, contributors,
subsidiaries, sister projects, or other users.
If you feel that you have what it takes, and would like to apply, please
reply to this message, and send it to Dustin Navea (Speeddymon at gmail
Thanks and good luck!
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