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This is the Joomla! Bug Squad Portal

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This is where you will find all the information you need as a Joomal! Bug Squad member.

The Joomla! Bug Squad (JBS) is a team within the Production Working Groups. Their job is to identify and fix bugs in Joomla. This includes the following:

Please make sure you read about the Bug Squad

Joomla! Bug Squad Communication

Join the Bug Squad

  1. Joomla! uses GitHub as its code repository and for reporting bugs.
    • You will need a GitHub user account to report bugs (issues) on the CMS Issue tracker.
    • You will use your GitHub user account to submit patches(PRs) against the Joomla code repository for bug fixes.
  2. Fill out this form JBS Roster
  3. Send an email request to Nick Savov requesting membership in the Joomla! Bug Squad. You will have to provide your GitHub Username.

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