bugzilla

fixing bugs in open source projects
I recently announced a call to action for GNOME 3.10 Test Day for Fedora 20 on Facebook and I got a response that caused me to think about how everyone from the general public to developers submit and fix bugs for an open source project. This was the interaction:
9 comments Posted 29 Oct 2013 by Alexander Todorov (Red Hat) Feed
bug-tracking system
Bugzilla is an open source bug-tracking system that prides itself on offering server software that is free but skillfully designed to help developers manage their work. Their installation list is long and robust. So, how do they manage to not charge expensive licensing fees like most other... Read more
2 comments Posted 4 Jun 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed
It’s scary to join an open source project
Think of the last time you walked up to a complete stranger, stuck out your hand and said, “Hi, my name is …” Depending on how often you do that, it was probably a scary moment. Before you walked up to the person, you had to steel your nerves, decide what you were going to say, and then... Read more
2 comments Posted 22 Mar 2012 by Stormy Peters Feed
Read part 1 of this story about launching a weekend course to teach college students how to get involved in open source projects. After Saturday's classroom-style work, we used Sunday for an open projects day, where students could drop in and get help contributing to a project. Perhaps because we... Read more
2 comments Posted 12 Nov 2010 by Asheesh Laroia Feed
From Blake Ross to Linus Torvalds, students are credited with major achievements in the open source community. But that's not the picture Yuvi Masory painted as he sat across the table from me at an OpenHatch meetup in Philadelphia.
18 comments Posted 5 Nov 2010 by Asheesh Laroia Feed