[OpenStack-I18n] why is "Fix Committed' status used

Ian Y. Choi ianyrchoi at gmail.com
Sun Jul 31 23:43:57 UTC 2016


I have changed a few bug status in launchpad: 

IMO anyone can change the bug status to 'Fix released' when found the 
fix in git repository.
Let's update the bug status if we find any updates on bugs :)

And, I have a question on the difference between 'Fix committed' and 
'Fix released' on i18n launchpad.
When we change a string in Zanata to fix a bug, the status can be used 
as like:

- Fix committed: when the bug is fixed in Zanata, but the fixed string 
in Zanata
   was not imported into a git repository yet.
- Fix released: The fixed string was finally imported into a git 
repository with "Imported Translations from Zanata".

Would it be fine, or Just changing to 'Fix released' after fixing in 
Zanata is needed?

With many thanks,


Akihiro Motoki wrote on 7/30/2016 1:45 AM:
> I see bugs with Fix Committed status in openstack-i18n launchpad.
> Who changes their status to Fix Released?
> Why don't we set Fix Released when a bug is fixed?
> Most OpenStack projects set a bug status to Fix Released when a fix is
> merged into a repo.
> What is the bug lifecycle in openstack-i18n?
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