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=== Status on Critical path packages triage list ===
 
=== Status on Critical path packages triage list ===
  
* LINK: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Arxs/CPCL
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* LINK: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Critical_Path_Packages_Proposal
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* LINK: [[Critical_Path_Packages_Proposal]]
 
* ACTION: arxs will fix the CPCL to use the source pkg names, not the binary pkg names.
 
* ACTION: arxs will fix the CPCL to use the source pkg names, not the binary pkg names.
 
* IDEA: pull some things out of @critical-path-base into a separate @critical-path-build group and triage could skip the packages in the -build group.
 
* IDEA: pull some things out of @critical-path-base into a separate @critical-path-build group and triage could skip the packages in the -build group.

Latest revision as of 07:54, 18 September 2016

Bug Triage Meeting :: 2009-07-21

Meeting Minutes: http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-meeting/2009-07-21/fedora-meeting.2009-07-21-15.02.html

IRC Log: http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-meeting/2009-07-21/fedora-meeting.2009-07-21-15.02.log.html


Attendees

  • adamw
  • tk009
  • f13
  • mcepl
  • arxs
  • wwoods
  • jwb
  • maxamillion
  • poelcat
  • ajax
  • thomasj
  • SMParrish
  • stickster
  • mizmo
  • skvidal


Recap

Triage Metrics and FAS - Update on the status

Status on Critical path packages triage list

  • LINK: User:Arxs/CPCL
  • LINK: Critical_Path_Packages_Proposal
  • ACTION: arxs will fix the CPCL to use the source pkg names, not the binary pkg names.
  • IDEA: pull some things out of @critical-path-base into a separate @critical-path-build group and triage could skip the packages in the -build group.

Status on Kernel bug triage

  • AGREED: The next step for kernel triage is to set up a kinda trial: pick a component from the kernel, say wireless drivers, and have someone start trying to triage it.


Bugzilla Semantics - Discuss the proposals and feedback.