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Re: Move to a cadence release model?

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: Move to a cadence release model?
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2015 18:57:18 +0200

> From: Stelian Iancu <address@hidden>
> Cc: address@hidden
> Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2015 17:44:24 +0100
> It does, to a certain degree. I'm only used to, let's say, more formal 
> bug handling, where there is a certain process that is followed by both 
> the reporter of the bug as well as the developer that is working on the 
> bug. For example, in the places I've worked, there were different states 
> that the bug was on, like "new", "confirmed", "reproducible", etc. Is 
> there such a thing for Emacs bugs?

See admin/notes/bugtracker.  There are some tags you can tag the bug,
and there is "severity".  There's no formal process to set these,

> Let's say I'd like to have a look at the existing bugs, trying to at
> least reproduce them and comment in the bug reports.  How would I
> practically do that?

The Web page provides filtering that you could use.  Alternatively,
install debbugs.el from ELPA and use that.

> I'm following the bugs mailing list on gmane for the past week or so, btw.


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