Karl Fogel wrote:
> "Mark Phippard" <email@example.com> writes:
>> I can tentatively volunteer (I'd rather you have more time to help
>> code). The tentative part is that I am not sure what the job is. I
>> guess I'd be looking for things that are now DONE with an eye for any
>> 1.5 blockers that we missed? What do I do with everything else
>> though? Leave at --- or assign to 1.6-consider or what?
> The job is basically this:
> for i in issues_marked_as("---"):
> if issue_is_a_dup_of_some_other_issue(i):
> elif issue_is_invalid(i):
> elif issue_already_fixed(i):
> elif issue_unreproducible(i):
> elif issue_is_real_but_we_won't_fix_it(i):
> elif issue_is_closeable_for_some_other_reason(i):
> # Else issue should remain open, so DTRT with it...
> # Set priority, platform, subcomponent, whatever, as needed.
> # Figure out where to put it.
> if issue_is_not_important_enough_to_block_any_particular_release(i):
> move_to_milestone(i, "nonblocking")
> elif issue_resolution_would_require_incompatible_changes(i):
> move_to_milestone(i, "2.0")
> elif issue_hurts_people_somewhat(i):
> move_to_milestone(i, "1.6") # or whatever
> elif issue_hurts_people_a_lot(i):
> move_to_milestone(i, "1.5-consider")
> elif issue_hurts_and_hurts_and_won't_stop_hurting(i):
> move_to_milestone(i, "1.5")
That was, in a word, sowonderfullyenjoyable.
(Now, genericize it and copy into our notes/ directory somewhere!)
C. Michael Pilato <firstname.lastname@example.org>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on Tue Oct 9 18:54:36 2007