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Boo-yah!!!

Canonical

on 27 August 2010

This article is more than 13 years old.


Back in Karmic, we had managed to fix 76 papercut bugs before final release.

During the Lucid cycle, we fixed another 102 bugs before final release.

Now in Maverick, 105 bugs have been beaten into submission already!  This is the first time, in the three editions, we have managed to make a hundred changes well before User-Interface Freeze!

A huge thank-you to all the eager patch-makers, amazing upstreams and stealth uploaders for getting us this far!

We are not done yet! No! We still have time to fix more bugs for Maverick. Can we make up for Karmic? Can we get to 300? 😉

Often folks are baffled while looking for ways to start contributing to Ubuntu. Papercut bugs are a quick-n-easy way to get your feet wet in Ubuntu development.

Looking for a way to make a difference? Have a look at the list of bugs waiting for you and knock’em out!

For more detailed information about Papercuts and getting involved, head over to the wiki.

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