We'll be working on the 🐛Bug Smash Initiative, a community Initiative to fix known bugs in Drupal Core.
You can find more information on our initiative page on drupal.org.
You can find us on Slack in the #bugsmash channel. We're using the following conventions for emojis to start a thread to flag it for various tasks:
We use the Bug Smash Initiative issue tag in the Drupal Core issue queue. See below for more links to issue listings relevant to this initiative.
All the "real" work happens in the bug reports themselves. Everything else (Slack, meetings, etc) is here to support contributors to solve the bugs via the normal Drupal core development process.
What bugs we're looking at
In accordance with the development cycle and backport policy, we focus on issues for the actively developed versions of Drupal (8.9.x and higher as of June 2020). Contributors are also welcome to work on Drupal 7-only issues if they prefer, since Drupal 7 is also still actively supported.
Needing triage (from anyone)
- Bugs where the 'Maintainer needs more info'
- Bugs tagged 'Needs steps to reproduce'
- See Document steps to reproduce a reported issue for help.
- Bugs tagged 'Needs issue summary update'
- See Write an issue summary for an existing Drupal Core issue for help.
- Bugs tagged 'Needs screenshots'
- See Add screenshots for a Drupal issue for help.