Re: GNOME and non-linux platforms (release team please stand up)

Morning folks ;-)

On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 7:08 AM, Andre Klapper<ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 22.07.2009, 14:21 -0400 schrieb Tristan Van Berkom:
>> On the other hand, its possible we could do better tracking this stuff,
>> is there a l.g.o. page that I can visit that shows me what are the blocker
>> bugs in the platform for any given supported system ?
> provides a "portability" keyword and you can set the
> severity of a bug. I don't think that a wikipage is needed.
> If people use these bugzilla options is another question though...

Maybe a query into the GNOME bugzilla database will give
me the impression that GNOME is taking care of my issues
on my system "foo", Maybe the same bugzilla query could be
useful to me as a developer`s roadmap to addressing problems
on system "foo", but I doubt it.

On the other hand people do file these bugs, so there is
evidence that people do care about the bugs - and somebody
might even be interested in volunteering to track them; so
that we could have a report of the status of the platform on a
given system, it might even be useful for us maintainers to
have a clearer picture of what is going on with our code when
distributed in the real world.

Usually in the past Ive had time to go over the buglist before
release time and nail all the blockers I can, this hasnt been the
case this year, and really as far as I am concerned as a maintainer,
its really pretty and nice to set patch status and stuff like that,
but a bug is unconfirmed until its resolved - thats the summit
of interaction with bugzilla I can realistically afford.


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