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“Searching the Python Bug Tracker” screencast

Andrew Kuchling has created a screencast on Searching the Python Bug Tracker which describes how you can search for bugs in the Python bug tracker.

Searching for bugs helps you figure out if you’ve found a problem with Python rather than in your own code.  Filing bugs is an important way you can help to make Python better.  If you’ve never seen the Python Bug Tracker, take a look at this lovely demo.

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