2010-09-24, Ubuntu Release Meeting Agenda
mdke at ubuntu.com
Sat Sep 25 06:51:41 BST 2010
On 24 September 2010 23:23, Robbie Williamson <robbie at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-09-24 at 22:44 +0100, Matthew East wrote:
>> The problem in my case seemed to be that I was unable to propose the
>> bug for the maverick release target, possibly because it had
>> previously been rejected. That may well be another problem with
> Hmm...I can see why not allowing someone to nominate after being
> rejected is a feature too.
I can see the point, but it should be easy enough to reverse the
decision if more information about the impact of the bug becomes
available or if the decision was wrong. I would have thought that I
could have done that, being a member of ~ubuntu-bugcontrol and
~ubuntu-dev. It might be because I had been used to being able to do
this through membership of ~ubuntu-drivers but that team seems to have
changed structure recently and I'm no longer in it.
> I think the bottom line is that we need better QA processes in place,
> and we know this...and are working damn hard on it :). But until we get
> to a place where we are comfortable, we have to hope folks like you
> continue to *politely* ;), let us know when we may have made a mistake.
I hope that I did so politely, although I don't consider this serious
enough to call a mistake - I know that whatever policies and processes
there are, bugs will always slip through the net, that's natural and
it's not a problem. I appreciate it being resolved and am only
labouring this thread slightly in case there is anything that can be
picked up to improve the processes further.
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