Re: organize a bug triage
Chad <innocentkiller <at> gmail.com>
2012-08-16 18:01:33 GMT
Triaging already closed bugs seems like a huge waste of time when there's
so many open bugs that need love.
On Aug 16, 2012 1:53 PM, "Andre Klapper" <andre_klapper <at> gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi Al,
> [Expectations, workflows and manpower among FOSS projects differ so
> please take my comments with a grain of salt as I don't follow the
> Wikimedia project that closely.]
> On Thu, 2012-08-16 at 13:31 -0400, Al Snow wrote:
> > > > 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)
> > > Sorry but I don't know what you mean by "accepting" here. :/
> > When I look at the non-"FIXED" RESOLUTIONs that I know about (INVALID,
> > WONTFIX, LATER, DUPLICATE, and WORKSFORME), the next step is to REOPEN
> > it or accept the resolution and change status to VERIFIED.
> ...or to just leave a report as it is? :)
> REOPENing normally happens if the reporter, developer or another party
> interested in fixing the issue realizes that a committed fix did not fix
> the issue, or to signal disagreement. I'm not convinced if triagers can
> help here to save any of those persons some time.