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Application for the Bug Control Team
Hi, I'm Philip Muskovac (yofel) and I've been part of the bugsquad for
almost a year now. I think many of you know me already from IRC and now
I would like to join the Bug Control team. So here goes...
- Do you promise to be polite to bug reporters even if they are rude
to you or Ubuntu? Have you signed the Ubuntu Code of Conduct?
Yes I will continue being polite to any reporters and I've signed the
CoC since the beginning.
- Have you read Bugs/HowToTriage, Bugs/Assignment, Bugs/Status and
Bugs/Importance? Do you have any questions about that documentation?
Yes I have read and used them often as reference when triaging bugs.
- What sensitive data should you look for in a private Apport crash
report bug before making it public?
Personal information like passwords, bank accounts, encryption keys or
other numbers that don't look application related. Make sure that no
core dump is attached to the report (anymore).
- Is there a particular package or group of packages that you are
interested in helping out with?
I have been trying to help out as possible on hugdays and usually I'm
looking after bugs that don't have a package assigned to them, bugs that
expired and I follow the kubuntu bugs list.
- Bug list:
Confirmed the bug and sent it Upstream. Importance Low as it's a
Confirmed the bug and sent it Upstream. Importance Low as you can use
the mouse as a workaround.
Bug forwarded upstream. Importance Whishlist as request to give clearer
information about why a device is unmanaged by NM.
Bug confirmed and provided a patch. Importance High as the package was
uninstallable with the default configuration. "Has a severe impact on a
small portion of Ubuntu users"
Bug confirmed and provided a patch. Importance High as the application
I hope I didn't forget anything :)