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Old 10-27-2008, 06:31 PM
Brian Pepple
 
Default Package Review SIG Meeting Summary 2008-10-23

=== Present ===
* Brian Pepple (bpepple)
* Jon Ciesla (limburgher)
* Rakesh Pandit (chacha_chaudry)
* Kushal Das (kushal)
* Jason Tibbitts (ubertibbs)
* Rex Dieter (rdieter)

== Summary ==
=== Package Review Statistics ===
* bpepple, limburger, and chacha_chaudhry will work on a script to
generate weekly package review statistics.

=== Brain-Storming ===
* The group brain-stormed for a bit on ways to improve
participation in package reviews. Some ideas were:
1. Monthly (or some other time frame) swag drawing for
folks that complete a certain number of reviews in a
month.
2. Advertise better the concept of reviewing at least a
percentage of what they submit.
3. Prioritize the package review queue by the ratio of
reviews done / package submissions.
4. Engaging SIG's to review packages. (Ex. Like how the KDE
sig keeps an eye on kde-related packages)
5. Coordinate some package review days (and do a better job
of it than we have in the past)
6. Hold an IRC workshop (or maybe a trac at FUDCon) on
package reviewing.

=== Future Meetings ===
* Instead of IRC meetings, the group will use the devel-list to
conduct future business.

IRC log can be found at:
http://bpepple.fedorapeople.org/prs/package-review-sig-2008-10-23.html

Later,
/B
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Old 11-02-2008, 11:27 AM
Jeroen van Meeuwen
 
Default Package Review SIG Meeting Summary 2008-10-23

Brian Pepple wrote:

== Summary ==
=== Brain-Storming ===
6. Hold an IRC workshop (or maybe a trac at FUDCon) on
package reviewing.



I should say on the past 4 or 5 FUDCon's I've been to, there usually
*is* a how to become a packager barcamp session, followed by a hackfest,
where one of the soon-to-be-packagers reviews someone else's package.


Kind regards,

Jeroen van Meeuwen
-kanarip

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Old 11-11-2008, 09:14 PM
"Rakesh Pandit"
 
Default Package Review SIG Meeting Summary 2008-10-23

2008/10/28 Brian Pepple <bpepple@fedoraproject.org>:
> === Present ===
> * Brian Pepple (bpepple)
> * Jon Ciesla (limburgher)
> * Rakesh Pandit (chacha_chaudry)
> * Kushal Das (kushal)
> * Jason Tibbitts (ubertibbs)
> * Rex Dieter (rdieter)
>
> == Summary ==
> === Package Review Statistics ===
> * bpepple, limburger, and chacha_chaudhry will work on a script to
> generate weekly package review statistics.
>
> === Brain-Storming ===
> * The group brain-stormed for a bit on ways to improve
> participation in package reviews. Some ideas were:
> 1. Monthly (or some other time frame) swag drawing for
> folks that complete a certain number of reviews in a
> month.

Looking at what we already had in scripts, I thought it would be time
saving to write new one which generates timespan reports:

http://rakesh.fedorapeople.org/misc/bugzillaReport.py

Right now it just counts the number of reviews done by each reviewer,
reviews undergoing review, or new packages submitted, all of them in a
timespan supplied by user. Presenting bug number in review wouldn't be
a big problem. Any suggestions are welcome and bugs also (I have just
tested for reviews done against reviewers for a week.)

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