Fri, 28 Jun 2002 13:01:37 -0400
From: Martin Aliger [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 5:34 AM
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Help with bug fixes
I just finished work on my project and have some time now. I'm wathing mono
for some time and want to help a bit.
Bug fixes seems ideal to start playing with mono. I first need cvs access
and someone to check my work... Gimme some time to become familiar with
> From: "Nick Drochak" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "'Mono Hackers List \(E-mail\)'" <email@example.com>
> Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 00:21:05 +0900
> Subject: [Mono-list] Help with bug fixes
> Hi all.
> I have been spending my limited mono development time trying to fix the
> bugs which our unit tests are revealing. However, my time is limited and
> the bugs are many (and some are down right hard). I am wondering if
> there is anyone who has some time to help me out with this.
> To do so you will effectively need access to networked Linux and Windows
> (VMWare is a great alternative to having two computers, btw). Also, you
> should be familiar with C#, even if just a little. This kind of work is
> great for people with not much time (like me) and/or want to learn about
> C#/.NET/Linux (like me).
> My goal is to get us down to 0 bugs and then introduce a "unit test
> tinderbox" system that will automagically notify someone if their commit
> breaks any unit tests.
> If anyone out there is interested, respond to the list or to me directly
> and give me an idea of how much you know already about running the unit
> tests on Linux. I can help you out from there. Also, you can take a
> look at SortedList which has a bunch of errors right now if you know
> what you're doing already.
> Nick D.
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