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Re: svn commit: r89 - trunk/www/issue-tracker.html

From: Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name>
Date: Fri, 7 May 2010 23:31:31 +0300 (Jerusalem Daylight Time)

This was sent to svn_at_s.t.o. I've now (tried to) make commits_at_s.a.o a
subscriber of svn_at_s.t.o, so that website commits appear on our s.a.o
commits list.

cmpilato_at_tigris.org wrote on Fri, 7 May 2010 at 12:06 -0700:
> Author: cmpilato
> Date: 2010-05-07 12:06:10-0700
> New Revision: 89
>
> Modified:
> trunk/www/issue-tracker.html
>
> Log:
> Update issue filing instructions, and fix some formatting.
>
> Modified: trunk/www/issue-tracker.html
> Url: http://subversion.tigris.org/source/browse/subversion/trunk/www/issue-tracker.html?view=diff&pathrev=89&r1=88&r2=89
> ==============================================================================
> --- trunk/www/issue-tracker.html (original)
> +++ trunk/www/issue-tracker.html 2010-05-07 12:06:10-0700
> @@ -159,7 +159,7 @@
> >nonblocking</a></b> milestone, if they consider it tolerable for all
> currently planned releases.) </p>
>
> -<p> An issue filed in <b>unscheduled</b> might still get fixed soon,
> +<p>An issue filed in <b>unscheduled</b> might still get fixed soon,
> if some committer decides they want it done. Putting it in
> <b>unscheduled</b> merely means it hasn't been scheduled for any
> particular release yet. The <b>nonblocking</b> milestone, on the
> @@ -168,10 +168,8 @@
> never be fixed; it merely means that we don't plan to block any
> release on it.</p>
>
> -<p>
> -Severity is represented in the <b>Priority</b> field. Here is how
> -priority numbers map to severity:
> -</p>
> +<p>Severity is represented in the <b>Priority</b> field. Here is how
> +priority numbers map to severity:</p>
>
> <ul>
>
> @@ -194,14 +192,21 @@
>
> </ul>
>
> -<p>
> -Effort Required is represented in the <b>Status Whiteboard</b> with an
> -"<b>e number</b>", which is the average of the most optimistic and
> -most pessimistic projections for number of engineer/days needed to
> -fix the bug. The e number always comes first, so we can sort on the
> +<p>Note that we <strong>do not use the PATCH issue type</strong>.
> +Please select one of the other relevant issue types (DEFECT,
> +ENHANCEMENT, or FEATURE). If you happen to have a patch to attach to
> +an issue, or wish to point folks to a patch for the issue that's been
> +submitted to the mailing list, then add the "patch" keyword to the
> +issue. Then, attach the patch or reference the mailing list archive
> +URL of the patch-bearing message as needed.</p>
> +
> +<p>Effort Required is represented in the <b>Status Whiteboard</b> with
> +an "<b>e number</b>", which is the average of the most optimistic and
> +most pessimistic projections for number of engineer/days needed to fix
> +the bug. The e number always comes first, so we can sort on the
> field, but we include the actual spread after it, so we know when
> we're dealing with a wide range. For example
> -"<b>e2.5&nbsp;(2&nbsp;/&nbsp;3)</b>" is not quite the same as
> +"<b>e2.5&nbsp;(2&nbsp;/&nbsp;3)</b>" is not quite the same as
> "<b>e2.5&nbsp;(1&nbsp;/&nbsp;4)</b>"!</p>
>
> </div>
>
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