jordan.mantha at gmail.com
Thu Apr 13 18:05:08 BST 2006
On 4/13/06, Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> Am Sonntag, den 09.04.2006, 12:37 +0200 schrieb Daniel Holbach:
> > You all know that we have around 7 weeks left for release and I'd like
> > you all to think of clever ways to get cracking on our bugs.
> I want to call for ideas again - as the last mail spawned a different
> Any ideas, how we can split things up or work on bugs in an organised
> fashion in the next 6-7 weeks?
Would something like having team leaders for different areas help?
Something like a wiki page with a list of team leaders (with area and
availability) that people can look at. I know that a lot of new
triagers (and even experienced ones sometimes) find it hard to know
who to contact/ask if they have a problem with a bug. They can also
get guidance from them. I try to do this with MOTU Science and have
had pretty good success. People ask me, "What can I do?" and so I get
them to a list they can work on or a specific task that needs to be
done. This way they aren't overwhelmed by "Just fix everything" or "Go
find a bug to work on". If they need help or have a fix ready to
upload then they have a contact they can go to. This would obviously
take a little more effort on the part of the team leader but in the
end I think the can get better results because the activity is more
focused rather than a more or less random approach.
Just my $0.2
Jordan Mantha (aka LaserJock)
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