Welcome to the home of the Ubuntu Mozilla Team, we are the guys and gals that deal with most of the requests based on Mozilla based products, we are dedicated to triaging, fixing, providing support for all the applications throughout the suite. It is a vast operation as these applications are highly visible within Ubuntu, however it's a challenge that we all relish.
How do I help?
The first step is to find the bugs, we are always on the lookout for bugs ourselves. More information can be found at ["MozillaTeam/Bugs"].
The next step is usually to triage the reports, essentially this means to gather enough information to enable a developer to come along, pick out the report and fix it without having to exchange in more conversation with the initial reporter. More information can be found at ["MozillaTeam/Bugs/Triage"].
The last step is to fix the report, more information can be found at ["MozillaTeam/Develop"].
More information in general can be found at the getting started guide, ["MozillaTeam/GettingStarted"].
How do I join?
Interested? More information can be found at ["MozillaTeam/Membership"].
The next meeting, which will take place in #ubuntu-meeting, is to be annouced.
Please see ["MozillaTeam/Meetings"] for more details.
IRC: #ubuntu-mozillateam on the [http://freenode.net Freenode Network]BR Mailing List: [https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-mozillateam ubuntu-mozillateam]
When reporting upstream bugs in plugins (such as Java or Flash), make sure you report the bug 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]