finding the unloved Pt. 2
johnlayt at googlemail.com
Wed Jul 15 22:24:31 BST 2009
On Tuesday 14 July 2009 22:17:00 Lydia Pintscher wrote:
> Heya folks :)
> I took the sucky job on me to email every default assignee of a
> product on bugs.kde.org to find out if they are still ok with being
> it. (~450 - fun!)
> It will take another 2 weeks or so to get final results but let me
> tell you it is not looking pretty so far. Not at all. :( Currently
> 22% of those that answered my survey asked me to find someone else to
> take over their product on bko. I will get to those once I have more
> replies. So far I have heard back from about 1/5.
> What I can do already though is give you a list of products for which
> my email bounced. We need to find new/other people to take them over.
As you know kdeprint was removed in KDE4, and the former maintainers are no
longer active developers. If there are any 'orphan' e-mail addresses for
kdeprint related stuff, you can send them all to the old kde-print-
devel at kde.org mailing list which I monitor.
The kdeprint product and its components kdeprint, kdeprintfax, and kjobviewer
need to be closed for new bugs. At the moment, I'm assigning all KDE4 print
dialog related bugs to kdelibs/qt for investigation before sending them
upstream, but I wonder if we need a simple kdelibs/print-dialog component so
it's easy for people to find?
Finally, a lot of the Localisation related stuff used to be maintained by Hans
Petter Bieker <bieker at kde.org>, but I don't think he's been active for a long
time. I've slowly been taking over a number of his bugs for the stuff I work
on (KCalendarSystem, bits of KLocale, etc), if there's any products or
components he's default for and gives up/doesn't respond I'd consider taking
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