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This document provides information on how to triage bugs for the Fedoraproject. Triaging is the name given for confirming, prioritizing, and organizing bug reports and is a good place for new contributors and/or contributors with limited programming abilities to help the Fedora project becoming a better distribution for everyone. Triaging is an incredibly important aspect of development that benefits users and developers alike.

Steps to Triage a Bug

This section lists the steps necessary in order to triage correctly. This guide aims to be concise, links in some sections will provide more information relevant to the particular step. The triage process can be essentially broken up into three parts, the first being "preparation" the second being "reproducing" the third being "prioritization".

Summary of Steps of the steps involved.

   Find Bugs to Triage
   Search for Duplicates of Bug(s)
   Check Information Provided in Bug Report
   Attempt to Reproduce Bug
   Set Bug Status
   Prioritize Bug
   Notify Developers -- Needed only in very specific cases if bug seems to be a Blocker/Critical.

Details of each step =


In general you'll always want to do the following steps in preparing to triage bugs.