[Tracker-discuss] Fwd: Call for volunteers to help maintain bugs.python.org's issue tracker

Brett Cannon brett at python.org
Thu Feb 21 22:06:35 CET 2008

On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 11:44 AM, nedu <neduma at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>  I'm interested to volunteering here. Please let me know the process.

Read the docs at http://wiki.python.org/moin/TrackerDocs/ , noting the
links to the meta-tracker and tracker development docs. Please be
aware, though, that the tracker development docs are not completely
up-to-date so please update anything you come across that needs


>  regards,
>  Nedu.
>  ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>  From: "Brett Cannon" <br... at python.org>
>  Date: Feb 18, 2:52 pm
>  Subject: Call for volunteers to help maintain bugs.python.org's issue
>  tracker
> To: comp.lang.python.announce
>  The Python Software Foundation's infrastructure committee is looking
>  for volunteers to help maintain the Roundup issue tracker installed
>  forhttp://bugs.python.org. Responsibilities revolve around
> maintaining the Roundup installation itself (tracker schema, modifying
>  the installed copy of Roundup, etc.) and the occasional database work
>  (changes to the database, etc.).
>  You do not have to be an expert at Roundup to volunteer! You can learn
>  "on the job" by doing offline development and submitting patches until
>  you are of a proper level of experience to gain commit access to the
>  code (which can be seen at XXX). If you still have a New Years
>  resolution to help Python out this is a great way to fulfill the
>  promise you made yourself for 2008!
>  If you are interested in volunteering, please email tracker-discuss at
>  python.org. Thanks to all who have helped with the tracker already and
>  those that will in the future!
>  -Brett Cannon
>  Chairman, PSF infrastructure committee
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