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Re: Bugtracker cleanup/update

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: Bugtracker cleanup/update
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 11:21:54 -0300

Thanks for this work, Valentin!

The status is that we have 97 defects left, of which one regression,
and one marked high. After fixing these, I'll go through the list once
more to pick the low-hanging fruit.  Then, from a bugs perspective, we
are ready to release 2.12.

What's that status for the docs, Graham?

2008/5/30 Valentin Villenave <address@hidden>:
> 2008/5/28 Han-Wen Nienhuys <address@hidden>:
>> Hi Valentin,
> Hi,
>> However, to be sure that there are no gaping bugs left, we should go
>> over the bugtracker before 2.12 is released.
> I have processed all non-Accepted issues, and all Accepted issues
> older than a year. I have also verified recently fixed issues (except
> #334, which I can't find in the git log).
>> * there are several bugs left with status New.  They should be
>> verified or discarded. - can you look into this?
> Oh yes; while I always check the bug list, I often miss issues that
> people add directly.
>> * we have about 200 open bugs, of which 100 are defects. Some of them
>> have not been touched for ages, and refer to 2.10 versions. Some have
>> been waiting for feedback from the reporter for ages.
> Some have been reported for version 2.2, and are still valid today :-(
>> Can you look into this too?  It might be useful to sollicit some help.
>>  Perhaps you can start a GBTP (Grand Bug Triage Project) to distribute
>> this work.
> Well, I have spent a few hours running my own LBTP, and things are not
> as messy as I was afraid they would be. I've had suprisingly few
> issues to close; I commented the ones I reproduced with the latest
> pre-2.12 version to make it clear that these were still active. This
> will output quite a bunch of mails to bug-lilypond, but consider it as
> a tracker's face-lift :-)
> Cheers,
> Valentin

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