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"Roman Kyrylych" 12-14-2007 02:19 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
Hi!

Here's a draft of bug day announcement (shamelessly copied most of it
from my previous anouncement on 14th of April). Please find bugs in it
and signoff. ;-)

[begin]
A Bug Day is scheduled on Saturday, 15th of December.
The reason for this is to reduce the amount of old reports and feature requests.
We will clear outdated reports, fix/implement those that already
have patches provided or are trivial to fix/implement, discuss the
pros & cons of implementing some feature requests, look at reports
assigned to inactive/resigned devs, close/move reports for packages
moved to Community/Unsupported.

Join us at #archlinux-bugs channel on irc.freenode.net during 15th of December.
As we live in different timezones not all devs will be available at
the same time, but feel free to report your issues to any dev available online.

Also please check your mailboxes that may contain notifications about
comments made by devs and other users.
[end]

--
Roman Kyrylych (*оман Кирилич)

"Roman Kyrylych" 12-14-2007 03:03 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
2007/12/14, Roman Kyrylych <roman.kyrylych@gmail.com>:
> Hi!
>
> Here's a draft of bug day announcement (shamelessly copied most of it
> from my previous anouncement on 14th of April). Please find bugs in it
> and signoff. ;-)
>
> [begin]
> A Bug Day is scheduled on Saturday, 15th of December.
> The reason for this is to reduce the amount of old reports and feature requests.
> We will clear outdated reports, fix/implement those that already
> have patches provided or are trivial to fix/implement, discuss the
> pros & cons of implementing some feature requests, look at reports
> assigned to inactive/resigned devs, close/move reports for packages
> moved to Community/Unsupported.
>
> Join us at #archlinux-bugs channel on irc.freenode.net during 15th of December.
> As we live in different timezones not all devs will be available at
> the same time, but feel free to report your issues to any dev available online.
>
> Also please check your mailboxes that may contain notifications about
> comments made by devs and other users.
> [end]

I have to go soon.
My ISP should resume my account in next 2 hours, so I hope I will have
internet at home starting from this evening.
If they won't do this today - could someone please put the
announcement (after correction) on website/forums/ml?

The bad thing is that I feel I may be ill. If this will happen - I
won't be at job tomorrow so I will have to rely on the quality of my
internet connection at home.
Too bad this happens right before the bug day. :-(
Nevertheless I will try to spend as much time on #archlinux-bugs as possible.

--
Roman Kyrylych (*оман Кирилич)

"Aaron Griffin" 12-14-2007 04:59 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
On Dec 14, 2007 9:19 AM, Roman Kyrylych <roman.kyrylych@gmail.com> wrote:
> A Bug Day is scheduled on Saturday, 15th of December.
> The reason for this is to reduce the amount of old reports and feature requests.
> We will clear outdated reports, fix/implement those that already
> have patches provided or are trivial to fix/implement, discuss the
> pros & cons of implementing some feature requests, look at reports
> assigned to inactive/resigned devs, close/move reports for packages
> moved to Community/Unsupported.
>
> Join us at #archlinux-bugs channel on irc.freenode.net during 15th of December.
> As we live in different timezones not all devs will be available at
> the same time, but feel free to report your issues to any dev available online.
>
> Also please check your mailboxes that may contain notifications about
> comments made by devs and other users.

Looks good to me, could you provide us some times though, so I know if
I need to wake up early or something? I'm not sure of your standard
time frame

Alexander Baldeck 12-14-2007 05:39 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
Roman Kyrylych wrote:

Hi!

Here's a draft of bug day announcement (shamelessly copied most of it
from my previous anouncement on 14th of April). Please find bugs in it
and signoff. ;-)

[begin]
A Bug Day is scheduled on Saturday, 15th of December.
The reason for this is to reduce the amount of old reports and feature requests.
We will clear outdated reports, fix/implement those that already
have patches provided or are trivial to fix/implement, discuss the
pros & cons of implementing some feature requests, look at reports
assigned to inactive/resigned devs, close/move reports for packages
moved to Community/Unsupported.

Join us at #archlinux-bugs channel on irc.freenode.net during 15th of December.
As we live in different timezones not all devs will be available at
the same time, but feel free to report your issues to any dev available online.

Also please check your mailboxes that may contain notifications about
comments made by devs and other users.
[end]



The 15th is unfortunately one of those impossible days for me. 3 events
to run and so, I won't be free until very early in Sunday morning...


Cheers,

-G

"Dan McGee" 12-14-2007 06:06 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
On Dec 14, 2007 12:39 PM, Alexander Baldeck <kth5@archlinuxppc.org> wrote:
>
> Roman Kyrylych wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > Here's a draft of bug day announcement (shamelessly copied most of it
> > from my previous anouncement on 14th of April). Please find bugs in it
> > and signoff. ;-)
> >
> > [begin]
> > A Bug Day is scheduled on Saturday, 15th of December.
> > The reason for this is to reduce the amount of old reports and feature requests.
> > We will clear outdated reports, fix/implement those that already
> > have patches provided or are trivial to fix/implement, discuss the
> > pros & cons of implementing some feature requests, look at reports
> > assigned to inactive/resigned devs, close/move reports for packages
> > moved to Community/Unsupported.
> >
> > Join us at #archlinux-bugs channel on irc.freenode.net during 15th of December.
> > As we live in different timezones not all devs will be available at
> > the same time, but feel free to report your issues to any dev available online.
> >
> > Also please check your mailboxes that may contain notifications about
> > comments made by devs and other users.
> > [end]
> >
>
> The 15th is unfortunately one of those impossible days for me. 3 events
> to run and so, I won't be free until very early in Sunday morning...

Perhaps we should schedule these a bit more in advance than one day?
I'm not looking for a vote on a day that works for all, but scheduling
a week in advance allows some of us to know in advance...

-Dan

"Aaron Griffin" 12-14-2007 06:14 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
On Dec 14, 2007 1:06 PM, Dan McGee <dpmcgee@gmail.com> wrote:
> Perhaps we should schedule these a bit more in advance than one day?
> I'm not looking for a vote on a day that works for all, but scheduling
> a week in advance allows some of us to know in advance...

It was in the status report. Maybe I was unclear about it.

"Dan McGee" 12-14-2007 06:20 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
On Dec 14, 2007 1:14 PM, Aaron Griffin <aaronmgriffin@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 14, 2007 1:06 PM, Dan McGee <dpmcgee@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Perhaps we should schedule these a bit more in advance than one day?
> > I'm not looking for a vote on a day that works for all, but scheduling
> > a week in advance allows some of us to know in advance...
>
> It was in the status report. Maybe I was unclear about it.

Aye, I probably missed it, which is my fault. Sorry about that.

On a second note though, not every community member may read the
status report, so we are still giving them less than 24 hours notice
for this.

-Dan

"Aaron Griffin" 12-14-2007 06:24 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
On Dec 14, 2007 1:20 PM, Dan McGee <dpmcgee@gmail.com> wrote:
> On a second note though, not every community member may read the
> status report, so we are still giving them less than 24 hours notice
> for this.

Yeah, but it's not really something where everyone is _needed_. And
the bug-squashing superheros (Roman and Allan) fleshed this out a bit
already, so I know we're in good hands.

Still, it's nice if people can participate, but no reason to delay
things because some members can't be there - I'll try to be there, at
least.

Alexander Baldeck 12-14-2007 08:38 PM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
Aaron Griffin wrote:

On Dec 14, 2007 1:20 PM, Dan McGee <dpmcgee@gmail.com> wrote:

On a second note though, not every community member may read the
status report, so we are still giving them less than 24 hours notice
for this.


Yeah, but it's not really something where everyone is _needed_. And
the bug-squashing superheros (Roman and Allan) fleshed this out a bit
already, so I know we're in good hands.

Still, it's nice if people can participate, but no reason to delay
things because some members can't be there - I'll try to be there, at
least.



My intention was not to bring up this discussion, I was merely stating
that none should rely on me being online that day. Generally, I normally
never have time on the weekends cos that's when I actually do work. ;)


Cheers,

-G

"Varun Acharya" 12-15-2007 08:53 AM

Bug Day announcement draft
 
On Dec 15, 2007 3:08 AM, Alexander Baldeck <kth5@archlinuxppc.org> wrote:

Generally, I normally
never have time on the weekends cos that's when I actually do work. ;)

You're off five days a week !!!! I want your job now... I work 6 days a week :(


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