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Re: Question Regarding Easier Issues To Help With

From: Ihor Radchenko
Subject: Re: Question Regarding Easier Issues To Help With
Date: Wed, 25 May 2022 09:26:02 +0800

"Samuel Banya" <sbanya@fastmail.com> writes:

> Its kind of funny since all I do at work doing tech support is reproducing 
> stuff for Devs, but I guess that works in this context too. I just didn't 
> want to have to do more tech support, and wanted to get into the nitty gritty 
> of Elisp to be honest. More so, to get Dev experience so that I can finally 
> move away from tech support and into a Dev job later (after I finish my web 
> dev bootcamp first though).

If you prefer to do something programming-related, some of the provided
links also offer such possibility. Or you can reproduce a bug and then
also fix it ;)

Further, you can contribute to Org testing suite. Just look at testing/
folder and look at the existing tests. You can add some new edge cases
to the tests or create new tests for interactive Org functions not yet
covered by the tests (there are plenty). Also, See

Finally, I may host another meetup this Saturday where we can discuss
Org development/bug fixes live, possibly with screen sharing.


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