Closing all bugs?
robertknight at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 03:59:24 GMT 2007
> of course they are. many aren't, however. the question is
> whether having a mountain 15k (or whatever the number is)
> or starting anew is better for triage efforts
The total number of bugs might look large but what matters is the
number of bugs per person who is able and willing to triage them.
Konsole has about 120 open bugs for example, which is quite manageable for me.
On 11/12/2007, Matt Rogers <mattr at kde.org> wrote:
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> On Dec 10, 2007, at 9:13 PM, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> > On Monday 10 December 2007, Matt Rogers wrote:
> >> You also point out another problem. People apparently don't care to
> >> do triage (except for a very dedicated few) and so it's not like
> >> starting fresh is really going to gain us anything in the long run
> >> from my POV
> > i think that is exactly the crux of the matter. with the current
> > situation it
> > is likely not to budge one bit.
> > with a fresh start and an actual attempt at building a triage team,
> > it's
> > perhaps at least plasuable.
> > *shrug*
> What prevents us from building a triage team now? Either way having
> one is still useful and I don't understand why we should wait to have
> a new bugzilla in order to do this. Yes, having a clean bugzilla
> makes it easier, but eventually they will still be overwhelmed.
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