The GNOME Bugsquad
The Bugsquad keep track of current bugs in GNOME software and try to make sure that major bugs do not go unnoticed by developers.
How bugs are tracked
Beforehand, we used the Bugzilla bug tracking system to keep track of bugs in GNOME software. Our Bugzilla instance is hosted at https://bugzilla.gnome.org/. As of early 2019, some bug reports in Bugzilla still need to get migrated to Gitlab.
How can I help?
The best way to help us triage bugs is to read the triage guide and then to join us for one of our Bug Days (random and rare Thursdays). We hang out in IRC in channel #bugs on irc.gnome.org. We are there to answer your questions and get you started. If Thursdays are bad for you, you can join us in IRC anyway and there will usually be someone there to help you. You may want to take a look at the FAQ as well.
You can also start out by taking a closer look at bugs reported by you, and correcting them wherever it's needed.
You can take a look at Bugsquad/BugsquadGoals page too. It has concrete goals that maybe help beginners (and experienced) bugsquaders.
/TriageGuide How to join the Bugsquad team
/BugsquadGoals Concrete bugsquad tasks
/BugDays More about Bugdays
/Meetings Bugsquad meetings
/TriageGuide Steps of triaging bug reports
/TriageGuide/StockResponses Standard one-click replies
/TriageGuide/FindingDuplicates How to search for duplicate reports
GettingTraces How to get useful stack traces of crashed applications
/TriageGuide/ProductSpecificGuidelines How to get useful information for specific applications
/TriageGuide/NonGnome Bug trackers for other products not part of Gnome
Bugsquad/BugzillaTipsAndTricks Tips and tricks for using Bugzilla efficiently