The Kubuntu Testers team is a group of Kubuntu users that are willing to help their favorite distribution. Our primary objective is to track bugs and test the upcoming stable release but we actually do a lot more than that - see How To Contribute. We're an open team and we'll welcome anyone who wants to help out.
How to Join
Create a Launchpad account, if you don't have one.
Join the team here.
Join the kubuntu-devel mailing list.
Hang out on IRC in #kubuntu-devel on irc.freenode.net. You can request being added to the !testers ubottu factoid so you get notified when testing help is needed.
Read an introduction to Reporting Bugs.
Read this wiki page about the DebuggingProcedures used in Kubuntu.
Read about further ways how to help Testing - laptop testing, server testing etc.
How to Contribute
Use one of the more current versions of Kubuntu, preferably the upcoming release. ( Information about releases )
Notice every sign of unexpected behavior, examine it and report it in the Malone bug tracker .
Try to replicate bugs subscribed to us in Malone, add useful information to them (debugging output, detailed info).
Participate in other projects of the Kubuntu Testers team.
- Share your experience with other testers, discuss bugs and other news via our IRC channel or the mailing list.
- Help building and improving the documentation (HOWTOs, FAQs,wiki pages) for novice and future testers.
To be planned. Members will be informed in time via mailing list.
- IRC channel: #kubuntu-devel on irc.freenode.net
Mailing list: kubuntu-devel on http://lists.ubuntu.com/
Launchpad Team page: https://launchpad.net/people/kubuntu-testers