[Wine] The Wine project needs YOU to help triage bugs!

Mark Knecht markknecht at gmail.com
Sun Sep 25 11:26:37 CDT 2005

Hi Dan,
   I'd be a very enthusiastic contributor to this if there was any
chance that the things I worked on would be looked at by the
developers. My negative input would be that I've filled out bug
reports before and they've seemingly dropped into a black holw never
to be addressed again. I have a couple that have been in there for a
year or two!

   So, to be positive about the idea, which I like and support, how do
we do work that ends up getting addressed? I can search the database
for bugs I'd like to see fixed, then verify them if possible. That's
cool, but it doesn't necessarily get my bugs addressed.

   All I'm saying is I don't want to spend an hour doing somethign
that won't end up mattering.


On 9/25/05, Dan Kegel <daniel.r.kegel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wine is approaching the 0.9 release, and
> it's time to start fixing all the lingering
> bug reports in Wine's bug database.
> You can help the Wine developers do
> this even if you're not a developer yourself!
> All you have to do is spend an hour trying to
> reproduce a bug that somebody else filed.
> If you're interested, please go to
>  http://kegel.com/wine/qa
> for step-by-step instructions.
> That page is new, and I'd appreciate feedback
> on any problems you run into while trying it.
> Once it's proved useful, I'll add it to the web pages
> at http://winehq.org.
> Thanks, and happy bug-hunting!
> Dan Kegel
> Occasional Wine contributor and QA cheerleader
> _______________________________________________
> wine-users mailing list
> wine-users at winehq.org
> http://www.winehq.org/mailman/listinfo/wine-users

More information about the wine-users mailing list