Re: [Deja-dup-hackers] interested in getting involved

Yeah, that was the bug I was thinking of.  I will start by going
through the docs you've written up.


On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 2:03 PM, Michael Terry <mike mterry name> wrote:
> On 1 February 2010 13:56, Daniel Hollocher <danielhollocher gmail com> wrote:
>> I'm interested in getting involved with Dejadup.  I noticed a couple
>> open invitations to help out with the coding, and I would love to take
>> you up on that.  Any suggestions on where to get started?
> I would love to take you up on that as well.  ;)
> I've done some documentation of the steps needed to get your coding
> feet wet:
>> I noticed a bug report regarding support for having a backup span
>> multiple partitions.  That looked interesting, maybe I can start
>> there?
> I actually don't remember this bug.  Link me and we can talk about the
> specifics.  The only partition bugs I remember are around having a
> different /home than your /tmp and /tmp filling up (which should be
> fixed with 13.x deja-dup and duplicity trunk).
> Or if you have other things you want to, do let me know.
> Else, I can come up with some easy getting-to-learn Deja Dup bugs (I
> think).  Maybe tonight or tomorrow I can sit down and look through
> bugs/feature requests.
> By and large, I'd prefer general discussions to happen on this list,
> but if you just want to ping me about some specific code question,
> find me on jabber (mike mterry name).
> -mt

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