In January the KDE community is set to ship major new versions of the Plasma workspaces, the KDE applications and the KDE development frameworks. As usual, a series of beta versions and release candidates is released in the months leading up to the release day, with the purpose of letting users test the changes in the upcoming versions and help us find and fix bugs and regressions.
The first of these pre-releases, 4.6 Beta 1, is out now, and you can help the KDE team ensure the upcoming final release is stable and solid: the KDE BugSquad team plans on having a Beta 1 Bug Squashing week, with the aim of having as many bugs as possible reported and to triage them together.
When will it happen?
How can you help?
You do not need to be a developer or have specific skills to help.
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Where are people going to meet?
Bug triaging is a very nice way of getting involved with the KDE community. Join the BugSquad team — you'll have a lot of fun and will be contributing to make a more successful KDE release day!