Am Sa 22.Dezember 2007 schrieb Jeff Spaleta: > On Dec 21, 2007 2:31 PM, Sebastian Vahl <ml deadbabylon de> wrote: > > So what about releasing a top10 or top5 list of those bugs to > > fedora-test-list? Bugs, that are hard to track or repoduce. There maybe > > more people out there who could reproduce those bugs but haven't > > encountered them yet. ATM those bugs are limited to the people who are > > aware of them (mostly reporters and of course the assignees). > > We have a CommonProblems page right now > http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Bugs/F8Common > is that what you are looking for? > > But if we had reviewers doing their part and referencing bug > tickets..it'd be pretty easy to compile an even better version of this > page, just by reading reviews and seeing what reviewers ran into... if > they actually cross-referenced tickets. But unless they are > cross-referencing tickets they aren't generating this sort of > community value in their editorial comments. I don't mind them point > out the flaws that made it past testing, but they need to help us > close the loop so we can get affected users the fixes and workarounds > for those issues. I'd love to give reviewers credit for finding > install problems and helping point people to resources to > fix/workaround the issue, but right now its just not something they > generally care about. Reviewers generally do not care about helping > the open development process for any open project. > > -jef No. I've misread your mail a bit and was suggesting a top5 list of current rawhide hardware bugs which are hard to reproduce. With such a list these bugs could get more audience by other testers. Sry, this was a bit off topic. Sebastian
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