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Revision as of 09:22, 28 November 2012

JBS Portal Page · Bug Squad · Tracker Team · Coding Team · Testing Team · Automated Testing Team

This is the Joomla! Bug Squad Portal


<translate> This is where you will find all the information you need as a Joomla! Bug Squad member.</translate>

<translate> 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:</translate>

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Please make sure you read about the Bug Squad

Joomla! Bug Squad Communication


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  • The Bug Squad uses an ongoing Skype chat. Once you are added to the squad, a coordinator will include you in the Skype chat</translate>.

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Join the Bug Squad


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  1. Joomla! uses GitHub as its code repository and the Joomla! Issue Tracker for reporting bugs.</translate>

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    • You will need a GitHub user account to report issues on the CMS Issue tracker.</translate>

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    • You will use your GitHub user account to submit patches (PRs) against the Joomla code repository for bug fixes.</translate>

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  1. Send an email request to the Bug Squad requesting membership in the Joomla! Bug Squad. You will have to provide your GitHub Username.</translate>


Manuals

Setting Up Resources

Tricks and Tips


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