100 Paper cuts kick-offOn Thu 13 June 2019 with tags papercuts qa
Written by Jonathan Carter
Is there a thorny bug in Debian that ruins your user experience? Something just annoying enough to bother you but not serious enough to constitute an RC bug? Are grey panels and slightly broken icon themes making you depressed?
Then join the 100 papercuts project! A project to identify and fix the 100 most annoying bugs in Debian over the next stable release cycle. That also includes figuring out how to identify and categorize those bugs and make sure that they are actually fixable in Debian (or ideally upstream).
The idea of a papercuts project isn't new, Ubuntu did this some years ago which added a good amount of polish to the system.
Kick-off Meeting and DebConf BoF
On the 17th of June at 19:00 UTC we're kicking off an initial brainstorming session on IRC to gather some initial ideas.
We'll use that to seed discussion at DebConf19 in Brazil during a BoF session where we'll solidify those plans into something actionable.
When: 2019-06-17, 19:00 UTC Where: #debian-meeting channel on the OFTC IRC network
Your IRC nick needs to be registered in order to join the channel. Refer to the Register your account section on the OFTC website for more information on how to register your nick.
You can always refer to the debian-meeting wiki page for the latest information and up to date schedule.
Hope to see you there!
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