regular bug triaging
maxamillion at gmail.com
Thu Dec 14 18:00:50 UTC 2006
Ok, I will do triage for Thunar and will also generally check in on the
many xfce packages (they don't appear to receive many bug reports) so I
think they could just kinda be open to who ever has time to look at them,
but that's just my opinion. I just created a bug tracker account for
bugzilla.xfce.org and will start looking into Thunar bugs on launchpad
On 12/14/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> Adam Miller wrote:
> > I'm in. I should undoubtedly be able to devote 2 hours a week to this.
> > But let me double check for mental clarity, I would just be cross
> > referencing bugs filed on launchpad with ones on xfce's bug tracker and
> > documenting if so and if not, stating that as well?
> Thanks. The idea is to chose something which you are likely to keep on
> top of (the 2hr/week was a maximum, I don't think the tasks should take
> more). So the reason for dividing is that if any of the triagers has a
> period of absence the whole process still goes on. That's why you could
> pick a few packages and take care of those only, or define clear goals
> like confirm/reject/reassign/link to bugzilla min. 10 bugs/week. Either
> way something that is a measurable progress.
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