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Thu Apr 13 19:51:01 BST 2006
Jordan Mantha wrote:
> On 4/13/06, Daniel Holbach <daniel.holbach at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>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?"
I asked that exact question of Jordan myself. His help was fantastic.
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.
That sound like a great idea. I've fixed two bugs myself, but havn't
really know what to do with them. I've ended up uploading the debdiff
to malone and changing the assignment to the motureviewers as asked. It
would be great to have a clear path set out somewhere.
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.
Is there anyway bugs could also be categorised by suspected language so
that people with specific knowledge in these areas could quickly locate
bugs they could help with. Being a n00b myself, I find it hard to
lcoate bugs I can actually work on at the moment.
I think tbh Jordan is on to a winner there. It may also be possible
that some people who are perhaps good with people but less good with bug
fixing might be better at organising resources
Another $0.02 from a n00b
PeteSavage aka cbx33
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