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== About ==
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Bug Day is a day dedicated to raising awareness about our overflowing [https://bugs.archlinux.org/ bug tracker]. The goal of the day is to get the community involved in trying to help us eliminate as many bugs as possible.
  
Bug Day is a semi-yearly event that happens at the 21th of August.
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== When? ==
  
== Past and upcoming Bug Days ==
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Bug Day happens whenever a developer gets bored.
* [[Bug Day/2012]]
 
* [[Bug Day/2010]]
 
* [[Bug Day/2005]]
 
  
== See also ==
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== Where? ==
* [[Christmas Cleanup]]
 
* [[AUR Cleanup Day]]
 
* [[Random Community Cleanup]]
 
  
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The bugs themselves are documented on the [https://bugs.archlinux.org bug tracker]
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Discussion about the bugs should be taking place in [ircs://chat.freenode.net/archlinux-bugs #archlinux-bugs] on [[IRC]]. We will try to have at least one developer active during Bug Day.
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== Who? ==
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'''Everyone''' is allowed, invited, and encouraged to participate in Bug Day.

Latest revision as of 07:11, 22 January 2019

Bug Day is a day dedicated to raising awareness about our overflowing bug tracker. The goal of the day is to get the community involved in trying to help us eliminate as many bugs as possible.

When?

Bug Day happens whenever a developer gets bored.

Where?

The bugs themselves are documented on the bug tracker

Discussion about the bugs should be taking place in #archlinux-bugs on IRC. We will try to have at least one developer active during Bug Day.

Who?

Everyone is allowed, invited, and encouraged to participate in Bug Day.