Bug Announces in #ubuntu-bugs

Wolfger wolfger at gmail.com
Sun Feb 24 22:57:36 GMT 2008

With ubotu broadcasting new bugs, I keep the channel open but I pretty
 much ignore it unless I need to ask for help in how to triage a
 particular bug. If the new bug broadcasts weren't there, I'd be more
 likely to pay attention whenever somebody is talking. Every once in a
 great while I actually pay attention to ubotu and look at a fresh bug,
 but I'd have to say that's < 1% of the time.

 On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 5:46 PM, Kjell Braden <fnord at pentabarf.de> wrote:
 >  On So, 2008-02-24 at 21:23 +0000, Caroline Ford wrote:
 >  >
 >  > My concern is that you said you wouldn't join the announce channel.
 >  > Hiding ubotu away doesn't make the new bugs go away!
 >  >
 >  > Caroline
 >  >
 >  (resent, sorry Caroline for posting off-list)
 >  I think most people currently sitting in #ubuntu-bugs are not sitting
 >  there because they know that they can discuss things about triaging
 >  there, but because they can watch the bug announcements. So when moving
 >  them to a different channel, those people would likely join that one too
 >  and we (ie. the bug triagers or reporters) can have a far more
 >  productive talk in #ubuntu-bugs.
 >  While I'm discussing triaging procedure I usually don't have time to
 >  check for new bugs, since I'm working/helping on an old one, so the I'd
 >  check the announcements later anyway.
 >  Regards,
 >  Kjell
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