Confirm bugs! (Was: Re: About 3.2 - note to bugfixers)
roger.larsson at norran.net
Fri Mar 7 16:59:00 GMT 2003
Confirming bugs is more important than closing!
I have a stored query in bugs.kde.org that lists my bugs.
Of the 47 I have reported
17 are CLOSED, 18 are RESOLVED (I usually do not list them)
3 NEW, 1 ASSIGNED, 1 REOPENED - OK, no problem there.
But I do also have 7 UNCONFIRMED.
Some have got no comments than mine. Some got a comment from
another user that it is confirmed. But how to change the State to
CONFIRMED? Who is allowed to do that? Why can't ordinary users
On Thursday 06 March 2003 19:43, George Staikos wrote:
> On Thursday 06 March 2003 04:51, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> > This weekend the formula one season starts. How about we start our bug
> > season this weekend too? And I want to see it even more exciting than the
> > ferrari celebration sport! Currently you can get in the top 15 with as few
> > as 5 closed bug reports. Close your 5 bugs _today_.
> > Just two little reminders:
> > * you can subscribe to kde-bugs-dist at kde.org if you want
> > to help with first level support - here you see all incoming bugs, so
> > you can close the invalid ones, the report questions or the duplicates
> > right away. This helps a lot in keeping the database clean while the usual
> > developers miss the time (and it has less volume than kde-cvs :)
> Please please please note: Do not close bugs if you do not know anything
> about it, just to raise your score! Also, be careful that you do not close
> bugs that happen to only be fixed in one branch and still can be back or
> forward ported! This is particularily important for KHTML related bugs
> the branches are so different right now. Many bugs are obvious duplicates
> clearly invalid (sometimes not even related to KDE at all), but it happens
> too often that valid bugs get closed. One other area to use extreme caution
> with is security related bugs. Those should only be closed by the author of
> the code himself, and if he cannot reproduce the problem or show hard
> evidence why it is not a problem, he should contact someone more
> in these areas.
> George Staikos
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