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Re: [RFC] Use GitLab Milestones

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: [RFC] Use GitLab Milestones
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2020 11:55:36 +0200
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James <> writes:

> On 23/06/2020 20:47, Jonas Hahnfeld wrote:
>> Never understood the difference between Started and Accepted either.

Presumably "New" and "Accepted".  "Started" means that somebody is
working on it, to avoid duplication of effort.

> While we have definitions in the CG as Carl pointed out the context of
> this was, if I remember correctly, to a make sure developers could see 
> clearly if a tracker issue entered had been at least checked by
> someone who knew LP against the issue and that the issue itself that
> it was 'valid' than perhaps a duplicate of something else, or was
> fixed in a later (unstable) versions, or that the issue 'needed
> evidence' or 'examples of real-world scores' before they were
> considered worth working on.
> It's the equivalent of 'Verified' but for newly entered issues.
> A LP developer who created an issue with a patch/fix would simply jump
> to 'started'.
> This was something else that a 'non-developer' could contribute to the
> LP project so developers could get on with fixing issues.
> Regards
> James

David Kastrup

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