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*Set up an Username on [http://joomlacode.org/ Joomlacode] (Click the Register new account in the Upper Right Corner)
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#Joomla! uses [https://github.com/joomla/joomla-cms GitHub] as its code repository and for reporting [http://issues.joomla.org bugs].
*Fill out this form [https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dC03MldWeGZvUnQxbm1qN2hCUHFtcnc6MQ JBS Roster]
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#* You will need a GitHub user account to report issues on the [http://issues.joomla.org CMS Issue tracker].
*Send an email request to Mark Dexter ( dextercowley AT gmail DOT com ) requesting membership in the Joomla! Bug Squad and provide him your Joomlacode Username<noinclude>[[Category:Landing subpages|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude>
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#* You will use your GitHub user account to submit patches (PRs) against the Joomla code repository for bug fixes.
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#* You will use your GitHub user account to test patches using the [http://joom.la/patchtester Joomla! Patch Tester].
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#Send an email request to [mailto:roland.dalmulder@community.joomla.org Roland Dalmulder] requesting membership in the Joomla! Bug Squad. You will have to provide your GitHub Username.<noinclude>[[Category:Landing subpages|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 02:52, 15 November 2014

  1. Joomla! uses GitHub as its code repository and for reporting bugs.
    • You will need a GitHub user account to report 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.
    • You will use your GitHub user account to test patches using the Joomla! Patch Tester.
  2. Send an email request to Roland Dalmulder requesting membership in the Joomla! Bug Squad. You will have to provide your GitHub Username.