Re: easy-fix keywords in bugzilla

On Wed, 2002-02-27 at 09:26, Luis Villa wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-02-27 at 12:15, Owen Taylor wrote:
> > 
> > Anybody know where these are coming from?
> > 
> > Just sort of curious, but I keep seeing them on GTK+ bugs, like say:
> > 
> >
> > 
> > That are in no sense easy to fix. (Definition of "easy-fix" seems to
> > be that the person submitting the bug report proposed some change...)
> I recently modified bugzilla to allow the addition of keywords when a
> bug is reported a few weeks ago; this makes the use of GNOME2 keywords
> easier and a bit more consistent. It seems like people are taking
> advantage of it in an unexpected way. Of the open bugs with 'easy-fix'
> set, they are all either new or chris wilddev net decided they were easy
> to fix. [Don't know why he did that, but he did.] 
> FWIW, I've updated the keyword description to specify that only
> developers should judge whether or not a bug is 'easy-fix'; hopefully
> that will reduce the occurence of this in the future.
> Luis

Er, hang on a sec. The easy-fix keyword was added after I discussed with
darin the best way to help out with some bug classifying to nautilus. It
wasn't added by me, I've just used it as per darin's instructions and
only in reference to nautilus bugs. In no way shape or form have I used
this with other bugs (that I can remember).

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