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Von: Rainer Bielefeld
Gesendet: 11.11.10 15:47 Uhr

the current bug tracking system is sufficien for expert communication, 
but if masses of users will file their problems, we will loose overview, 
soon. There are too less sort criterias for subcomponents, OS-Versions, 
LibO version and and and, afaik we don't have an useful permissions 
management ... . I'm afraid we will run into problems. Is there any 
discussion concerning solutions for these problems?

well, as you see "discussion" is actually going on. Problem is, that
we need to move from "discussion" to "action" at some point. 

For the moment (and next few months) we will (have to) use freedesktop's
bugzilla. This is just because we should first setup the foundation in
a legal way, establish shome better coordination for admin teams ...

But even during this period we should work on improvements and processes.
E.g. we urgently need a team that will be triaging, prioritizing and 
reassigning bugs. This team would need to define some rules how to
deal with bugreports (e.g. criteria for severity and priority, how to identify 
bugs that need to be fixed for the next release or should be included
in bugfix releases). This rules might be followed, no matter what tracking
system we use in future.

So if anybody is willing to help with this (establishing and later
work within these processes). we might build a small team and then 
discuss the issue.



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