[Twisted-Python] take my tickets, please

Jean-Paul Calderone exarkun at divmod.com
Thu Jun 28 20:16:37 EDT 2007

On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 19:58:33 -0400, "Chas." <eprparadocs at gmail.com> wrote:
>How does one get started?

Here's the list of open tickets:


You can also create a custom ticket view.  For example, open tickets assigned
to glyph are shown here:


If you find a ticket you think you can resolve, attach the patch to the
ticket, change its priority to highest, and add "review" to its keywords.

You can also look at existing tickets with the review keyword:


and provide feedback for them.  The review process is documented on the


You can look at the changes proposed on a ticket which has been marked for
review and comment about whether the changes are correct or if there is a
problem with them.

And if you don't know how to fix a ticket, you still may be able to help.  If
the ticket is related to a domain with which you are familiar and there is
an open question as to how to resolve it, you can add a comment making a
suggestion.  If a ticket is for a bug but does not include a unit test, you
can write a unit test and attach it; this is often even more useful than
just attaching a patch with a fix.

When writing code to contribute to Twisted, note that it must be MIT licenced.
Also, take a look at the coding standard here:


You can find other suggestions for ways to contribute on the wiki:



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