Empathy Paper Jam

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on 11 January 2010

Last week marked our first “paper jam” for the Lucid cycle, during which the Ubuntu community identified ten potential paper cuts affecting Empathy to fix in Ubuntu 10.04. These paper cuts include:

If any of these paper cuts catch your eye, please take any you’d like to help triage, fix, integrate, test, or merge and get to work! Ubuntu (and Empathy) users everywhere will love you.

* Torrey Rice, author of the popular “Renkoo” Adium theme has agreed to get involved with Ubuntu development for the first time by updating Renkoo and ensuring that it works well with Empathy. Three cheers for Torrey!

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