Join ByWater and other Koha community members on Tuesday, May 3rd at 11 am ET for our Open Source Live event where we will squash some bugs and talk open source!
For the past few years, ByWater has embraced the idea of getting together for a few hours to work on Koha as a group. This opportunity will allow Koha users to work together to resolve open bugs. We will also talk about testing, signing off, quality assurance, patchwriting, and documentation. The more librarians involved in this the better!
2022 Bug Squashing Event
Watch the Recording:
How do I get involved?
Chat on Developers and other Koha Community members on IRC: https://koha-community.org/get-involved/irc/
IRC Channel Tips and Tricks: https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/IRC_Channel
IRC Regulars: https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/IRC_Regulars
Community Facebook: https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Community_Facebook
Koha Sandboxes: https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Sandboxes
ByWater Solutions Sandboxes: http://sandbox.bywatersolutions.com/
We have provided in the past some great tutorials on how to contribute to the Koha Community:
But what better opportunity to see these processes in action- than watch this Live Event with ByWater and Koha community members?
Our past Open Source Live Events include:
Open Source Live on November 17th- we talked with Kyle Hall, the developer for Libki, the open-source Kiosk Management system.
Open Source Live: April 22nd- we are joined by James Mitchell of University of North Alabama Collier Library and Robert Wilson of Middle Tennessee State University James E. Walker Library who speaks about their LITA Guide on Open Source Library Systems and also revitalizing the open-source ALA Special Interest Group.
Koha Bugsquashing Bonanza- this is a recording of last year's Bug Squashing event!
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