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Re: Sign up or help with component triage!



Christopher Beland wrote:
We now have a new way to track who is working on which component:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers/Components_and_Triagers

After putting this together, I noticed that there are many "key"
components which have no one signed up to work on them.  If you would
like to take ownership of a small part of the triage problem, feel free
to sign up on this page and attack the backlog.  In many cases, there
are only a small number of bugs, so even if you don't want to sign up
for anything, simply triaging a few bugs would zero out the backlog for
some components.

If you have already signed up to work on a component, please indicate
whether or not you would like more triagers to help, by setting the
"Need help?" column to "Yes" or "No".

It seems like there are a relatively large number of volunteers compared
to the number of available components and Rawhide bugs, so it should be
quite feasible to eliminate the backlog for all but the most
recalcitrant components.

Yours in triage,

Beland

Beland,

Than you for the quick turn around on this, the page looks good.

I would like to see this stand out more,  in a note or something.
"If you are unfamiliar with a component and someone is very active there, it is probably a good idea to pick a different component or talk to that person and see if you can work together."

this reworded a bit
"As you start work on a component, communicating with other triagers working on the same component or the developer can help make your working relationship more productive."
to-
"Once you chose a component, communicating with other triagers and the developer/maintainer can help make your working relationship more productive."

Both of these are nit picky at best, and I wouldn't want to make any changes to the draft without more agreement. Even without these changes I would vote yes on this page. It's doing what it needs to do (and no more), and doing it well.

TK009


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