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Lucid Paper Cuts Round 9 Progress Report

Canonical

on 9 February 2010

This article is more than 14 years old.


Paper cuts are so irritating. (Adrian Ghenie, 'Pie Fight Study 2')

One Hundred Paper Cuts for Lucid is going well. 56 paper cuts have been fixed so far. We have to fix at least 20 more paper cuts to match the number of paper cuts fixed in Karmic, a record you can help us surpass by working on closing the 26 paper cuts with bugs attached.

This week’s paper jam for Compiz settings went well, thanks to the industrious work of Sebastian Bacher during the distro sprint in Portland. The F-Spot paper jam still has some unclaimed beauties, however.

Please get involved right away if there are any paper cuts that catch your eye. You could get your patch shipped in Lucid (and upstream too, haters!).

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