Bug Tags

Carthik Sharma carthik at gmail.com
Thu Sep 14 19:47:11 BST 2006


On 9/14/06, Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
>
> Sébastien and I chatted a bit about making clever use of tags for the
> Desktop Bugs. I started http://wiki.ubuntu.com/DesktopTeam/BugTags and
> hope you can all join into the discussion.
>
> Some aims we should agree on in the beginning:
>       * have a small set of tags
>       * make the world a better place with them
>       * agree to use common tags and not our own
>
> For the Desktop Bugs Team nautilus and evolution (and their friends) are
> the biggest and best customers for tags and we probably should always
> have them in mind.
>
> Please join in the discussion - either on the wiki page or on the
> mailing list, the earlier we change our workflow on those bugs the
> better.

Maybe the best way forward would be to add to the wiki page any tags
that one creates when triaging bugs. It is difficult to come up with a
taxonomy/nomenclature by just thinking about the problem of coming up
with unique tags, but when triaging, one can easily see patterns, and
come up with tags to identify sub-sets of bugs.

As an alternative, one could propose use of a new tag, and get it
idiot-proofed on the mailing list before putting it to work.

I hope I make sense.

Regards,
Carthik.
>
> Have a nice day and thanks for your input,
>  Daniel
>
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