bawolff+wn at gmail
Aug 16, 2012, 11:27 AM
> We didn't have a bug triage since May. I suggest organizing one in a few
> weeks (say 2?)
> I agree to take care of this if it is widely supported.
> How about focusing on patch triage?
> I mean reviewing bugs with patches attached but not in gerrit.
> Any other subject would be good as well.
I think this is an excellent idea.
A patch triage sounds like a good idea, especially for a first such
triage after no one doing them in a while. After all even in magical
git land, its still important to respond to bugzilla patches. If this
triage session is successful, I think doing future sessions of
"prioritize and assign the incoming bugs" would also be good
/me just really misses all hexmode's bug spam :)
Re Al Snow
> b. Verify fix
> * Verifying fixes (STATUS is "RESOLVED"; RESOLUTION is "FIXED")
> c. Accept non-fix resolution
> * Accepting all non-fixed resolution.
> * STATUS is RESOLVED; RESOLUTION is not "FIXED" (I count at least 5 non-"FIXED" RESOLUTION values)
I thought that's what Wikipedia was for (joke, but only sort of.
There's enough open bugs in need of love that verifying a RESOLVED
WORKSFORME bug really works for us doesn't seem that useful)
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