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Rajko M. schreef:
On Saturday 03 March 2007 03:22, Marcus Meissner
On Sat, Mar 03, 2007 at 08:31:34AM +0000, Francis
On Saturday 03 March 2007 00:12:15 Ted Bullock
For instance I currently see the following:
251 Open bugs for 10.0
683 Open bugs for 10.1
1224 Open bugs for 10.2
Wow, that is quite a few more than I thought.
Surely the combined effort between the developers
and community over
the course of a day or two could clean out the bug lists and identify
tasks that should genuinely be targeted for fixes.
I really like this idea; KDE
also has "bug triage weekends" in #kde-bugs
and they tend to be very successful.
We internally call to our packagers and bug
owners to review all their
But even I have >10 pending bugs and I try to be a role model ;)
What about idea to take concerted effort on one category.
has 57 bugs, select few that can be tested by this community, put on the list
in a new thread and call for help. Notify bug owners to monitor and jump in
communication here at the time you announce hunting season.
Concentrated effort to bring more people togeather on the same task may help
to collect more data and resolve bugs faster. More people on the same task
mean also more eyes looking in the Internet for more traces of the same
I guess that many of us never experience some bugs for many reasons, and have
no idea that they exists until it happens. Than we go to bugzilla and if we
have luck to select right search criteria, bug will show up and we can add
our comment, if not we will file duplicate.
These last words are realy the way it is, at least for me...
Just to find the duplicates will reduce the number of real and existing
bugs...(dramaticly?, let's find out...)
And it has been proven worldwide, that if attention is focussed, great
things can be established...
Also there is going to be more insight in usage and behavior of users
(including all of us), and their desired ability for boxes and their OS's..
Also this is a chance for all of us to be taken serious, (if we desire that)
Have a nice day,
M9. Now, is the only time that exists.
OS: Linux 184.108.40.206-34-default x86_64
Huidige gebruiker: monkey9@tribal-sfn2
Systeem: openSUSE 10.2 (X86-64)
KDE: 3.5.5 "release 45.2"
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