[off/2] some questions about Malone
bialix at ukr.net
Wed Dec 20 17:32:15 GMT 2006
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John Arbash Meinel пишет:
> Alexander Belchenko wrote:
>> I try to understand best way to work with our bugtracker on Launchpad.
>> I have some questions:
>> 1) I'm not completely understand statuses of bug. What difference
>> between: `Fix Commited' and `Fix Released'? *When* I need to change
>> status to `Commited', and *when* to `Released'?
> For 'bzr' we follow the rule that:
> In Progress => Someone has started working on a fix
> Fix Committed => Someone has implemented a fix and has committed it to
> a public branch.
> Fix Released => This has been merged into bzr.dev
> I'm not 100% happy with that.
I'm second here.
> As it feels like there should be 4 levels:
> 1) Someone started on it
> 2) Someone has submitted a patch
> 3) That patch was merged into mainline
> 4) That patch is in an official release.
I was thinking that step 3 is `Fix Commited' and step 4 is `Fix Released'.
But I'll teach first scheme (above). May be it's more easily to manage.
> We came up with the plan before we started doing time-based releases, so
> some of it was because bzr.dev was considered stable, so anyone could
> use it.
> I didn't find a Launchpad specific bug about needing more granularity in
> the status field. I might try to bring it up on irc (channel #launchpad).
>> 2) How to filter incoming mails from bugs.launchpad.net to
>> divide bugs of different projects? Per example: I'm the member
>> of Bazaar project, Olive+bzr-gtk, and my own IntelHex.
>> But I can't set-up filter rules to divide bugs from different projects.
>> Because Malone use global numerating of bugs and no additional
>> info about specific project -- it's very hard task.
> Well, part of the problem is that a bug can be assigned to more than one
> But I do see the header:
> X-Launchpad-Bug: product=bzr; status=Confirmed; importance=Medium;
> assignee=larstiq+launchpad at larstiq.dyndns.org;
I'll try to teach my Thunderbird.
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