[openstack-dev] [TripleO] Bug squashing followup
derekh at redhat.com
Wed Jan 28 13:10:07 UTC 2015
Take up on this was a bit lower then I would have hoped but lets go
ahead with it anyways ;-)
we had 6 volunteers altogether.
I've taken the list of current tripleo bugs and split them into groups
of 15 (randomly shuffled) and assigned a group to each volunteer.
Each person should take a look at the bugs they have been assigned
decide if it is still current(contact others if necessary), if its not
close it. Once your happy a bug has been correctly assessed then strike
it through on the etherpad.
To others, its not too late ;-), just add your name to the etherpad and
assign yourself a group of 15 bugs.
On 18/12/14 11:25, Derek Higgins wrote:
> While bug squashing yesterday, I went through quite a lot of bugs
> closing those that were already fixed or no longer relevant, closing
> around 40 bugs. I eventually ran out of time, but I'm pretty sure if we
> split the task up between us we could weed out a lot more.
> What I'd like to do is, as a once off, randomly split up all the bugs to
> a group of volunteers (hopefully a large number of people), each person
> gets assigned X number of bugs and is then responsible for just deciding
> if it is still a relevant bug (or finding somebody who can help decide)
> and closing if necessary. Nothing needs to get fixed here we just need
> to make sure people are have a uptodate list of relevant bugs.
> So who wants to volunteer? We probably need about 15+ people for this to
> be split into manageable chunks. If your willing to help out just add
> your name to this list
> If we get enough people I'll follow up by splitting out the load and
> assigning to people.
> The bug squashing day yesterday put a big dent in these, but wasn't
> entirely focused on weeding out stale bugs, some people probably got
> caught up fixing individual bugs and it wasn't helped by a temporary
> failure of our CI jobs (provoked by a pbr update and we were building
> pbr when we didn't need to be).
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