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Re: [tdf-discuss] QA - Bug Confirming: Volunteers required


Hi Steve,
On 17/03/2011 22:45, Steve Edmonds wrote:

On 17/03/11 23:37, sophie wrote:
I've begin to fill the information about the IRC session I'm planing
[1]. The date will be 15-16 of April. I hope it's ok for you?
Jean-Baptiste Faure and Cedric Bosdonnat are also available to help
mentoring the session on one of the two days too.
Christian has already setup a bot retrieving the new filled bugs on
BZ, I'm just missing a direct link inside the bot report, but I've not
discuss this yet with him.
I've asked on the dev channel if we can use it but they prefer we open
a dedicated one, so that will be #libreoffice-bugs.
Do you think we should add a table on the page where people indicate
their nickname and their participation?
I hope we will be successful with this session and that a lot of bugs
will be sorted :-)

[1]http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/QA/IRCSessions#Bug_Triage_Training_Session

The IRC help page is missing (404). Is it needed or can new comers just
follow their noses.
Thank you, it's corrected now.
I clicked the link it opens in FF, I log in and expect I would see
something (not too sure what) if I retry on 15-16 Apr.
I don't understand you question sorry, could you explain what you're doing ?

Kind regards
Sophie


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