kaberett: A sleeping koalasheep (Avatar: the Last Airbender), with the dreamwidth logo above. (dreamkoalasheep)
kaberett ([personal profile] kaberett) wrote in [site community profile] dw_dev_training2013-04-25 12:08 pm
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Masterlist: bugs for beginners

Last updated: 2017-04-17

This is a list of bugs that will serve as a good introduction to the Dreamwidth development workflow. They involve varying levels of rummaging up to your elbows in the guts of the code but I can promise that we'll all be only to pleased to help :-) If in doubt, just take a look at the list of things real DW programmers do...

Struck out bugs are ones that have been claimed but not yet resolved. All issues on this list are tagged curated: beginner - I update this post once a fortnight, but by all means check the GHI tag to see if there's anything I haven't mentioned yet! If you're after a challenge, you can also try looking at non-curated lower-effort issues, all unassigned issues, or rummage through [site community profile] dw_suggestions' bugzilla: migrated tag for features you'd like to implement. (If you do that last one, check to make sure that the entry isn't also tagged bugzilla: implemented, and that there isn't a corresponding assigned issue.)

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[personal profile] jjhunter 2013-07-08 11:12 am (UTC)(link)
I might be interested in tackling the alt text to DW logo one, though not this week. It's something I've thought about before *g*.
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[personal profile] deborah 2013-07-08 03:30 pm (UTC)(link)
I'm happy to do a drive-along if you would like.
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[personal profile] jjhunter 2013-07-08 03:39 pm (UTC)(link)
That would be brilliant - I haven't used my DreamHack yet (and need to get it up to snuff Github-wise, etc. sometime soon!), but this just seems like something so small & well-suited to something I'm good at (describing things concisely AND vividly) that I'm willing to nibble as soon as I have space to breathe again.