[Python-Dev] "Good first issues" on the bug tracker

Steve Dower steve.dower at python.org
Thu Feb 21 15:08:31 EST 2019

On 21Feb2019 0557, Cheryl Sabella wrote:
> If you find anything you think is suitable, please add a comment with 
> 'good first issue' and nosy me or Mariatta on it.  If you're unsure, 
> then nosy us anyway.  It would be awesome to have too many issues to 
> choose from than not enough.  If an issue isn't worked on at the sprint, 
> then it would still be available to new contributors afterwards, so the 
> exercise of flagging the issues wouldn't be wasted effort.

I agree completely. We normally add the "Easy" or "Easy (C)" keywords to 
mark these (the latter for issues that involve C code), and these are 
collected under the "Easy issues" link at the left hand side of the tracker.

Any reason to change from this process?


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