[Mageia-bugsquad] Wiki struscture
Marja van Waes
marja11 at xs4all.nl
Sun Oct 2 22:24:10 CEST 2011
Op 02-10-11 21:29, Samuel Verschelde schreef:
> Le dimanche 2 octobre 2011 21:25:08, Manuel Hiebel a écrit :
>> Le dimanche 02 octobre 2011 à 17:35 +0200, Marja van Waes a écrit :
>>> Op 02-10-11 15:56, Samuel Verschelde schreef:
>>>> There is something I don't know, concerning the bug team: what happens
>>>> to bugs once they have been triaged?
>>>> Said differently, does the bugteam work stop once the bug has been
>>>> assigned to a maintainer, or does bug monitoring enter this team's
>>>> work (try to contact the maintainers for stale bug reports, ask
>>>> information again when the report hasn't answered yet, produce reports
>>>> to monitor open bugs, then send feedback to the developers mailing
>>>> list...)? If it's the latter, I don't see yet where this fits in the
>>>> proposed structure, as in my opinion bug reports management goes
>>>> farther than just "triage".
>> Well, we must keep the bugzilla working. For example, after an update in
>> mageia 1, sometimes the maintainer forget to reassign the bug to QA.
>> I was planned to send weekly bug news, but I must better organise my
>> free time. :)
>> (And now, as we have maintenairs, this is less important. I think)
>> For the other part I don't know.
>> (I'am also a new bug man)
> Also, to be written somewhere, was never done in Mandriva but in my opinion
> *must* be done in Mageia, is set the "cauldron" version to "Mageia 2" the day
> it is released.
Do you mind explaining? I see various interpretations of this sentence.
Is it maybe an idea to have a to do list, somewhere, with deadlines
where needed? I can add a Bug Squad to do list to the new wiki structure
> There are mass modification functionalities in bugzilla that should allow to do
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