[Tracker-discuss] Reminder: please review tracker schema !
seefeld at sympatico.ca
Thu Nov 30 22:46:07 CET 2006
Erik Forsberg wrote:
> "Paul Dubois" <pfdubois at gmail.com> writes:
>>> When one thinks about roundup users you need to remember that web interface
>>> use will be small compared to email. This remark applies to items in the
>>> schema, such as component or version or platform -- the email user will not
>>> be setting these. They need 'not set' defaults so that a developer doing
>>> triage can set them later.
>>> The problem with the patch attached business is that many will submit the
>>> patch by email attachment and they won't see any checkbox to check. Yes,
>>> they could do it on the title line as in
> I suggest that we add a "has patch" (or perhaps "has attachement")
> property (boolean) on issue, and set it by detector. That way, it will
> be easy (and efficient) to search for issues that have
> attachements. Still, the users don't need to do anything, as it
> happens automatically.
What does that flag tell us that we couldn't find with a (named) query ?
How does the detector distinguish between a patch and some other attachment,
such as a stack trace, or other log ?
The point is that someone needs to triage 'manually', at some point.
Either the submitter, when setting that flag, or the assignee, when reviewing
I thought we discussed that already...
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