[Python-Dev] Python bug day?
jiwon at softwise.co.kr
Tue Jun 1 11:48:40 EDT 2004
Sounds great to me.
One question, though. What need to be done, when several issues are
dicussed at the same time making it hard to participate in the
dicussion? Make a branch-channel? Or it just doesn't happen? How did
Zope people solve it?
A.M. Kuchling wrote:
>For the impending 2.4alpha1 release, a coordinated effort to reduce
>the bug backlog would be good. Several other projects (Zope, GNOME,
>Mozilla) have "bug days" in which people meet on IRC and go through
>the bug database, closing irrelevant or incorrect reports, writing
>small test cases for vague reports, etc.
>Holding a Python bug day seems worth a try. I've written up a Wiki
>page, http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/moinmoin/PythonBugDay, to begin
>planning a bug day and to figure out what tools (if any) are required.
>Please comment, particularly if you've participated in bug days for
>Zope or other projects. Do we need transcripts of the IRC channel?
>Should we use #python or a new channel?
>If the details can get sorted out in time, perhaps we can have a bug
>day as soon as this weekend. Is a weekend day better than a weekday
>for people who are interested in participating?
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