Gour asked in the mailing-list how he can access the Pharo bugs tracker. He should log because we use a professional service nicely offered to us.
Now he asked the following question:
do you believe it makes sense for a noob to create account in case there are some low-hanging fruits to pick?
And here is the answer Ben did. I fully fully agree. I learned and I’m still learning a lot from reading bug fixes.
Definitely. And not necessarily that you *solve* an issues, but that I found a benefit from "goal directed learning". When I started using Pharo I learned a lot from: * trying to reproduce issues - which also benefits core developers if you can gather more complete symptom info * testing other people's solutions - putting halts in the changed code and simultaneously stepping through the original and solution code. Actually I was surprised at far into the depths of the system this led me sometimes and how accessible they were. Look for issue marked "Fixed - review needed" cheers -ben