[plt-scheme] Low-hanging coding tasks?

From: Grant Rettke (grettke at acm.org)
Date: Sat Mar 8 14:29:16 EST 2008

The other day a discussion came up on the list that shed some light on
the different kinds of work that folks are doing on the PLT codebase.
Basically, there is the hard stuff and the easy stuff, and the core
folk's time is best spent on the hard stuff. Where does that leave the
easy stuff? Well usually the core folks fix the easy stuff because
either they want it or people on the list talk about it enough so that
it ends up getting fixed, usually pretty quickly.

In the past month or so a few things have come up: cutting over
documentation to Scribble, adding the ability to close a single tab in
DrScheme, and adding the ability for DrScheme to be open without any
files open. Would this easy stuff be a good place for people to
contribute to PLT?

Is there a place where people can go to look for low hanging fruit
like this? Can people add to that list?

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