Re: [RFC] GNOME Showstopper Review.
- From: "Diego Escalante Urrelo" <diegoe gnome org>
- To: "Andre Klapper" <ak-47 gmx net>
- Cc: gnome-bugsquad gnome org
- Subject: Re: [RFC] GNOME Showstopper Review.
- Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2007 22:17:46 -0500
On 8/22/07, Andre Klapper <ak-47 gmx net> wrote:
> ahoj folks,
> and happy birthday gnome!
> spent the last hours of the bug day to review the worst issues and
> trying to poke folks when needed. and to collect a list of showstoppers,
> and issues to backport for the distro-list.
> like always: check http://live.gnome.org/Bugsquad/ShowstopperReviews for
> the hot shit.
> please respond within the next 28 hours if you have some issues in mind
> that are pretty serious and should definitely be fixed for 2.20!!
> silence means compliance, but any comments appreciated,
> Subject: GNOME Showstopper Review
> To: d-d-l, r-t
> in general, the number of bug reports with a high number of duplicates
> has fallen. several reasons that come to my mind: ubuntu 7.04 reporting
> to launchpad.net by default, our auto-reject feature, and a high number
> of useless reports from opensuse, debian and especially fedora that get
> marked as incomplete. nevertheless, the number of reports filed to
> bugzilla.gnome.org has increased by about 80% for both of the last two
> anyway, 'nuff said, here we go:
> EVOLUTION AND FRIENDS
> => Random evolution crashes around camel-partition-table.c:870
> 94 dups total.
> Several very similar traces in the mailer, seems like Lucky is looking
> into this.
> => crash in camel_certdb_save at camel-certdb.c:371
> 68 dups total, 18 in the last 30 days.
> Crash when writing the certificates database. afaik, Sankar is looking
> into this.
> => crash in gtk_rc_reset_styles()
> 170 dups total, 92 in the last 30 days.
> (Perhaps Fedora specific.) If anybody can reproduce this, please provide
> the relevant selinux log for vuntz, and the value of the
> gconf /desktop/gnome/font_rendering. Help appreciated.
> => "Open with" menu has no effect
> the "open with" context menu of files and directories has no effect.
> this probably happens in all GTK apps, and will trigger a lot of
> (by the way, it's becoming more and more urgent to get gtk+ 2.12 out for
> testing with GNOME 2.20.)
I'd like this one to be fixed/checked too:
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