[gccsdk] Looking for someone to catalogue Firefox bugs

aw29009 at gmail.com aw29009 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 03:59:24 PDT 2009

In message <4AC580DF.8030704 at chocky.org>
          Peter Naulls <peter at chocky.org> wrote:

> What would help me immensely is proper cataloguing of
> bugs and issues with Firefox.  I could probably name
> all the issues, but this isn't an effective method, and
> it's easy to lose track of the details.  This would help
> with my prioritisation of issues and development, and also
> be useful to users as to what is being addressed, as
> well as having someone to acknowledge their problems.

> If you've used bugzilla before, or other bug reporting
> system, then you'll mostly know what to do.  If not,
> that's ok too, but you'll need to be able to accept
> some instruction and correction of methods.  By no
> means do you need to be a developer, but you'll need to
> understand what information is required to resolve
> issues (and extract it from users who may not).  You'll
> need to respond to issues from users here and other
> forums, and update bugs as necessary.

> There's no reason why two or more people couldn't
> do this, either.  Eventually, I'd want to expand
> the scope to all riscos.info ports, but this would
> be a great start.  Let me know if you have any
> questions, either here or privately.

Can this be done using a RISC OS computer? (I can't really do this at 
work and currently don't use other systems at home).


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