[Sugar-devel] Any js related beginner bugs that I can work on

Love Mehta lovemehta.me at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 04:59:39 EDT 2016

I was feeling really dumb after not being able to find any bugs I could
work on.

As James Suggested to implement Implode and Pippy , I have already included
Implode under my GSoC proposal (Learn For Fun- Sugar Activity), So I think
I will go with trying to implement pippy for now.

Thanks James and Tony,


On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 2:14 PM, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net>

> Take a look at how you can contribute to Sugarizer. One focus is on
> converting existing Python activities to work in Sugarizer (and also as
> sugar-web-activities).
> Naturally, new activities would also be helpful.
> Tony
> On 04/20/2016 04:32 PM, Love Mehta wrote:
> Hello all,
> Hope you are doing well.
> I was going through the bugs list at bugs.sugarlabs.org and observed that
> most of the bugs needed knowledge of python. I have spent much time on the
> buglist and found a number of bugs interesting to work on but they required
> the knowledge of python. I am a javascript developer and am finding it
> difficult to find bugs to start with.
> To gain some confidence I am looking for a beginner level bug which is
> mostly based on js related work.
> Can anybody point me to any of the bugs that require javascript or any
> other webapps based knowledge that I can work on?
> Also any other bug which requires very low knowledge of python and can be
> fixed with simple understanding and short changes will also be fine to get
> me started.
> Thanks,
> Love
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