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Re: Which unresolved bugs block a release?





Will Woods wrote:
On Thu, 2007-03-22 at 13:07 -0500, Josh Boyer wrote:
On Thu, 2007-03-22 at 19:00 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
This is something which has amazed / annoyed me too, I've tried several times to start a community effort to something about this metric, but sofar with little success.

These bugs fall into 2 categories:
1) Bugs which are simply being ignored by @redhat.com people who need to be hit
    with the cluebat (repeatedly)

Hey now. We're really, really, really busy sometimes *coughRHEL5cough*.
Be nice.

Most likely a lot of 1) bugs are already solved but never got closed / retested, others should be taken upstream (and thus closed in Fedora BZ), etc.
If a lot of 1) bugs are already solved, anyone within the 'fedorabugs'
group can act as a proxy to close them out.  Team effort would be a very
good thing I think.

Well then - let's start friday Bug Days again. This friday (and possibly
next friday) we can try to work through the FC5 and FC6 test release
bugs. It's only 380 bugs! Here's the link:

http://rdr.to/W8

That's (currently) 460 ASSIGNED, MODIFIED, NEEDINFO and NEW bugs against
all the FC5 and FC6 test releases. Next week: FC5, or FC6?
This might be a good time to mention the recently-created
fedora-qa-list:
http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-qa-list

Further discussion of this topic should go there.


Sounds like a plan to me (friday bugs day) but may I suggest starting with F7 test bugs so that we can get F7 in as good a shape as possible before release.

Regards,

Hans


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