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Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Hackfest - September 9th, Ohio Linux Fest


Hi LeMoyne, et al

On Mon, 2011-06-20 at 23:46 -0700, John LeMoyne Castle wrote:
Seems to me this thread used to be longer in Nabble 8-0  

Different Mailing List.

I am still interested Drew and I had this thought: 
Even if a HackFest can't be drawn together it would be very useful to the
attendees and LibreOffice to have at least a table where people could report
issues (as new or as confirmation of existing issues), get coaching on
appropriate upgrades, and maybe do a little testing around their known
issues, hard to reproduce issues or just visit areas that are important to
them as users. 
Seems like an excellent chance for solid feedback from committed and
skillful users. 

Thanks for the feedback LeMoyne.

Yes a table is planned for sure.

User feedback is a big reason to be there and I've been a bit tardy in
getting a report up on such from the last event. I'll try to rectify
that later today. (Hint - mail merge is a big deal to business users)

Our release options was already a point that came up in the last event
also. 

So - my thinking here is that the important items to have in place
(someone) has to be able to competently field/handle/help with the
following:

Getting the source code from the GIT repositories.
Finding the Easy Hacks page.
Work with our bugzilla system (including pulling lists of bugs/feature
requests for given search criteria)
Connecting with the developers on IRC

Alright that is a pretty short list.

What else should go on that?

Thanks

//drew




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