[Openstack-i18n] Bugs in I18n areas
tom at openstack.org
Wed Nov 27 02:58:48 UTC 2013
On 26/11/13 23:45, Akihiro Motoki wrote:
> One question on bug management.
> In common workflow in OpenStack, each bug is associated with a project
> which has a cause of the bug,
> and when a fix for the bug is proposed or merged the status of the bug
> will be updated.
> On the other hand, openstack-i18n launchpad is not associated with an
> actual project,
> and it means status of all bugs needs to be managed manually.
> Who manages reported bug? Who triages bugs and associates them
> with proper OpenStack projects/programs?
> I think most Horizon developers (including me) do not care launchpad-i18n bugs
> though I am taking care of "i18n" tag in Horizon bug.
> Increasing the number of places to be checked does not work at least to me.
> I prefer to adding "i18n" tag to bugs in each project and believe it
> works better.
> The following URL lists all open bugs in Horizon related to I18N.
> I think launchpad-i18n works for bugs and blueprints as umbrella
> across multiple projects
> because it makes it easy for I18N team to track their status.
Agreed - it's useful to have the information for both purposes.
I have some experience with bug triage, I'm happy to help out doing some
reviewing, linking etc if you wish.
Perhaps we need to create (or re-use) a launchpad team to fill in the
"bug supervisor" slot, so multiple people can set the status of the
bugs, rather than just one person as it is now.
> On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 6:30 PM, Ying Chun Guo <guoyingc at cn.ibm.com> wrote:
>> Hi, team
>> I reported some I18n bugs to Horizon. I also associated these bugs with
>> openstack-i18n in Launchpad.
>> If you are interested in bug fix, please take a look at:
>> Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)
>> Openstack-i18n mailing list
>> Openstack-i18n at lists.openstack.org
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