What’s up with Ubiquity 0.2?
Ubiquity 0.2 is on the table for release in the very near term future. We’re talking weeks away. But, what is it? We sat down with Atul Varma, the lead developer of Ubiquity (among other things), to talk about the major changes underway.
How To Help
The main way to help is by joining in the process of getting Ubiquity 0.1.3 out the door. Features are frozen but there are still some bugs left to quash. The full list is here.
There’s lots of things you can do to help:
If you don’t know how to code
Get the latest Ubiquity 0.1.3 release candidate to verify some of the bugs and help figure out under what conditions they occur. We could also use some people to just download the release candidate and bang on it, to find any bugs lurking in the shadows; if you find one, please feel free to file a ticket for it.
If you know how to code, feel free to assign a bug to yourself and submit a patch that fixes it. Join us on #ubiquity on irc.mozilla.org if you have any questions or want to discuss solutions with our core developers.
As soon as these are finished, we should be able to get 0.1.3 out the door, which will drastically improve the speed of Ubiquity and make it a lot prettier.