A monthly bug-squashing virtual meeting.
Cocooners from all over the world work collectively during the first Friday of each month to fix, close and otherwise improve the health of HowWeUseBugzilla issues (it doesn't mean they don't work on them at other times though
FirstFriday starts at 09:00 UTC (9am Greenwich Mean Time in London) and lasts for 24 hours.
The next FirstFriday will take place on 3 December 2004. See TimeAndDateMeetingPlanner
Pages for planning and notes if required
Where you are.
The dev mailing list is the main communications vector, with additional tools:
IRC (irc://irc.freenode.net/#cocoon). Remember not to make decisions there, all important stuff must be decided on the dev mailing list.
WhiteboardingSystems: we're still experimenting with these.
All volunteers are welcome.
Non-committers can also help analyze issues and provide patches.
See also HowWeUseBugzilla.
Study the lists of open bugs and patches using ProjectManagement.
Pick one that you like, use the bugzilla reassign function to assign it to yourself so that others know that you're working on it (also add firstname.lastname@example.org to CCs, otherwise the list won't get informed by your comments or changes).
- Close the issue if possible, or add meaningful comments telling others why you can't, ask the issue reporter for clarification, etc.
If not closed, reassign the bug to email@example.com so that others can have a look at it.
- Write a short note about what you did on the day's notes page.