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As a team, we hope to create a place where people can come together to help improve the user's experience with software the Mozilla Foundation releases on the Ubuntu platform.
- To report, triage, and fix bugs relating to Mozilla software.
- To work closely with upstream developers on technical, professional, and personal levels.
- To create an environment which both attracts experienced developers and helps new developers improve their skills.
- To have fun.
Joining the team
What to join the team? Information can be found at ["MozillaTeam/Membership"].
The next meeting is on Thursday 11th January 2007, at 5pm UTC, in #ubuntu-mozillateam.
Please see ["MozillaTeam/Meetings"] for more details.
Reporting a bug
- If you want to report a bug, please go to ["MozillaTeam/Bugs"].
Triaging a bug
Please go to ["DebuggingFirefoxDevels"], or ["MozillaTeam/Bugs/Triage"] which is the experimental new page for bug triagers.
To see the procedures for triaging other bugs, please go to ["DebuggingProcedures"]
Fixing a bug
Please go to ["MozillaTeam/DevelopingFirefox"]. (Under construction).
When reporting upstream bugs in plugins (such as Java or Flash), make sure you file your bug report in the right place. You can check which plugin you're using by going to the URL about:plugins in your Mozilla browser.
[http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase/index.jsp Sun Java]
[http://www.gnu.org/software/classpath/bugs.html GNU Classpath] (GCJ)
[http://www.adobe.com/misc/bugreport.html Adobe Flash]
Learning, Teaching, Growing
You can reach us on our IRC channel, #ubuntu-mozillateam on the [http://freenode.net Freenode Network]
Does this sound interesting? ["MozillaTeam/GettingStarted"] is the place to jump in.