This coming Sunday, June 15, BugSquad is hosting a BugDay to go triaging through old Amarok bugs. Come join #kde-bugs anytime to get training and help out! No prior experience is necessary, and you don't need any programming knowledge.
If you are a Kubuntu user, there is a nightly build called Project Neon that you can use.
Joining Bug Days is a great way to help the KDE project. The only things you need to take part are a computer running a recent KDE 4 with Amarok 2 and a KDE 3 version of Amarok 188.8.131.52, and an internet connection. You can join at any point during the day, and stay for as long or short a time as you like. If you are a KDE user and have been wondering how to contribute, then this is a great way to get started - there will be plenty of experienced Bugsquad members on hand to answer any questions you might have. To get involved, join our IRC channel anytime, #kde-bugs on irc.freenode.net, where we will help you get underway. The day will begin at 0:00 UTC (other timezones) on Sunday and continue until the day is over throughout the world, although people tend to stay later!