Posted on 13/5/08 by Felix Geisendörfer
Update: If you are wondering how to provide a patch, please follow this guide.
the CakePHP team is gearing up to finally push out a stable 1.2 release! If you are following the trac timeline you can see that everybody is putting in huge amounts of work to fix bugs and get everything stable.
But in order for this to happen we need your help! Here are a couple things you can help with:
- Submit patches and test cases: If you know how to write test cases, please try to provide test cases and patches for opened bugs that currently have none.
- Provide information on how to replicate bugs: We spend lots of time trying to replicate bugs with little information provided. If you experience any of the listed bugs and are able to replicate them, let us know how!
- Report new bugs: If you know of any bugs currently not listed in trac, please open a new ticket with as much information as possible.
- Help the docs team: The better the docs, the better the framework. Help by submitting content to the CakePHP Book.
This is a great opportunity for everybody out there to get actively involved in open source development and steady contributors will be considered for the core team.
Join us in #cakephp-dv on freenode.net
We just opened a temporary channel called #cakephp-dv on irc.freenode.net for pushing out the 1.2 release (code name "DV"). Everybody willing to help is welcome to join us there, we have plenty of stuff for you to work on!
So lets bake folks!
-- Felix Geisendörfer aka the_undefined
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