Plasma Bugs - a stricter approach
codestruct at posteo.org
Mon Feb 8 18:06:38 UTC 2016
On 03.02.2016 20:44, Martin Klapetek wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 4:49 PM, David Edmundson <david at davidedmundson.co.uk
> <mailto:david at davidedmundson.co.uk>> wrote:
> Bugs are the most important part of making a quality product, which is our ultimate
> goal. Bug triage and fixing is a crucial part of being a maintainer. You can't just
> cherry-pick the fun bits.
> At the same time, let's please not make this about the numbers.
> I regularly see bugs closed as wrong duplicates, which in the end
> does not help the user at all, it only helps to keep our bug count down.
> Let's try to raise the quality of our handling too, not only quantity.
Speaking of duplicates, I would like to add something I noticed in a Plasma release
announcement a few weeks ago. There, it was written that over 1000 bugs were fixed. That
sounded pretty much and I checked and found out that about half of them were marked as
"In the run up to the Plasma 5.5 beta an incredible over 1,000 bugs were fixed."
Me personally, would not have counted those duplicate bugs but on the other hand the
number of bugs was declared as "incredible"; so nothing to complain about. ;-)
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