Rainer Bielefeld schrieb:
Regina Henschel schrieb:
currently new issues are set to "new", so there is no indication,
that would be no problem, but on the QA meeting in Essen we agreed to
mark such New-Confirmed bug reports with a pseudo keyword CONFIRMED,
That is a similar flag as an assignee "email@example.com" might be.
Yes. But do all know this? I haven't known it.
So I believe we have a solution for now. Currently I'm thinking about a
messaging concerning such QA related news, because it's not easy to be
up to date with all those scattered innovations.
The most simple
solution would be a Bug report only for such news, I would add all QA
interested users I know to CC, and from then everyone can decide whether
he wants to get such news or whether he wants to remove his name from CC
(or to join CC, of course). Other possibilities would be Twitter, a
blog, a new low traffic mailing list. What do you think?
For me something, that delivers it to my email account is fine. I don't
like thinks, where I have to fetch it myself. So a bug report would be
good and perhaps a note here with a [QA] tag in the subject.
Are you interested in joining our new "Monthly Bug Hunting Sessons"?
An email remainder would be nice. My daily work is very varying, so I
cannot join with regularity, but have to decide ad hoc.
If yes, it would be kind if you would add you name here:
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