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From Louis Suárez-Potts <>
Subject Easy Hacks
Date Tue, 13 Jan 2015 22:25:28 GMT
There’s a discussion on a FOSS list, initiated (this time) by Stefano Z. of Debian, about
compiling a cross-project list of “easy hacks”. What’s easy is in the eye of the beholder,
to be sure, but also in the gaze of the community. We’ve periodically come up with some
things that inexperienced members can try doing—and these need not be coding hacks. Some
projects—probably the majority—start their new members off by encouraging them (or mandating)
to do work on bus, outstanding issues, etc. But even for these, there are levels of difficulty.

The compilation could be located any number of places, even at Stefano started
off the discussion with a short list (see below) and more has been added to it. But what do
we have for OpenOffice? (You’ll not that Stefano includes LibreOffice.)


- Debian's newcomer bugs:

- Django's easy tickets!closed&easy=1

- Fedora's easy fix

- GNOME's gnome-love bugs:

- LibreOffice's easy hacks:

- Mediawiki's annoying little bugs

- Mozilla's BugsAhoy

- OpenStack's low hanging fruits:

- Python's easy issues,activity,title,creator,status&@dispname=Easy%20issues&@startwith=0&@group=priority&keywords=6&@action=search&@filter=&@pagesize=50

- Ubuntu's bitesize bugs:

- VLC's easy bugs`

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