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Carlo Strata schrieb:

- are we sure, once more, that all regressions fixed are than
forward-ported to 3.5.x branch or I can aspect to a "new" related
regression when I'll try to use the future 3.5.x release?


I understand that you might be disappointed concerning my "Major" instead of "Critical" rating for "your" <>. Can you suggest one "critical" one that can be downrated to "major", because it is less important for the LibO project than Bug 39355, so that we can rise importance for Bug 39355?

I'm afraid all this "we have to rise quality" discussion leads to nowhere.

Currently the problem is that we get more bug reports that can be fixed (or at least: handled) - do you know my statistics on <>? The only way how we really get improvement is to use our limited (developer-) manpower as efficient as possible. That's the goal our QA efforts try to reach.

Currently one of our ideas is to do do all fixes in the Master (currently 3.5) and then to "cherry pick" the fixes to the branches (currently 3.3, 3.4). That's the result of several discussions, we think that that is the most efficient way.

To keep the master in a good shape we currently try to eliminate regressions in the Master as quick as possible. So I try to check these
Bugs whether they are regressions compared to 3.4.3.
Those fixes should be done with high priority, and if that work has been done, we hope to get other branch bugs more quickly.

You know <> and <>? It would be great if you could support that Master testing by simply adding your results in a comment and adding me to CC.

Kind regards and thank you for your Bugzilla activity


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