The openSUSE KDE team is starting another round of KDE bug squashing. Now that
openSUSE 11.2 has been out in the wild for a while and 11.3 is just around the
corner, it's time to review many of the reported bugs. Many bug reports may be
from obsolete versions or perhaps they are not valid anymore. These old bugs
need to be sorted out to make way for incoming bug reports for the 11.3
Now is the time to help KDE in openSUSE, no matter how if you are an epic KDE
poweruser or just getting adding your first widget to the desktop.
Bugsquashing is not difficult and it really helps the team. All you need is
openSUSE 11.2 or the latest from Factory, the ability to navigate and use
Bugzilla, and a quick review of BugSquashing.
If you are excited or maybe you just don't like bugs, come now, tomorrow, or
next week to the #opensuse-kde IRC channel on FreeNode. You are also
invited to attend the openSUSE KDE meetings held biweekly on Thursdays in
#opensuse-kde. Pick a prepared group of bugreports and let's squash 'em.
openSUSE KDE Team
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