Processing ubuntu-universe-sponsors queue in time for Feature Freeze

Luca Falavigna dktrkranz at ubuntu.com
Wed Feb 11 08:26:15 GMT 2009


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Hi,

Feature Freeze is approaching fast (it is scheduled for February, 19th)
and u-u-s queue is growing too much these days to be fully processed
before that day.

For Intrepid, we tagged "interesting" bugs with something similar to
"8.10-pre-ff", in order to give priority to a given set of requests and
to review them with extra care.

Interesting bugs were identified using these guidelines:
 * Upgrade requests which bring in new features
 * New features itself
 * Transitions

Those bugs were intentionally not tagged, just to give priority to the
ones listed above, they were processed after FF as usual:
 * Simple fixes
 * Upgrade requests for bugfix releases

We achieved good results with this procedure, so I'd like to propose it
for Jaunty cycle too. I could sort bugs and tag them accordingly.

Opinions?

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