Archive | April 2010

Packaging Training: Fixing small bugs in Ubuntu

Set your alarm clocks, add this to your calendars. Tomorrow, 29th April, 06:00 UTC we’ll talk about fixing small bugs in Ubuntu. If you ever had a look at some issue, played around with it and found a way to fix it and enjoyed the whole exercise, then this session is going to be just the right thing for you. Join us: #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net

Other awesome sessions that happened in the past.

Packaging Training: How to package XUL extensions

Last week, James Westby taught us all about Fixing an Ubuntu bug with bzr. As always, logs are available on the wiki in case you missed the session. This week, Benjamin Drung will be teaching us How to package XUL extensions. The session will take place at 22nd April, 18:00 UTC in #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net. We are quickly approaching the start of a new development cycle, so now is the perfect time to learn how to package XUL extensions.

Packaging Training: Fixing an Ubuntu bug with bzr

Originally, we were meant to have a Packaging Training Session tomorrow about Preparing Security Updates by Marc Deslauriers. However, due to some last minute issues, that session will need to be rescheduled. Luckily, the amazing James Westby has volunteered to lead a session about Fixing and Ubuntu bug with bzr.

Please note that in order to make this work, the session time had to change slightly. The session will take place at 15th April, 15:00 UTC in #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net.

In case you missed Michael Bienia’s great session last week about the DMB, logs are available on the wiki. You might also enjoy reading the logs of other previous sessions that have been held.

Packaging Training: Q&A session about the DMB work

The next upcoming session in Ubuntu Classroom is brought to you by the Packaging Training people.

At 8th April, 12:00 UTC Michael Bienia will provide more insight into what the Developer Membership Board is doing and will try to answer all possible questions that arise.

To join in point your irc client to #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net.

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