Packaging quality, assistance.

Hans de Goede j.w.r.degoede at
Wed May 9 14:43:51 UTC 2007

Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> On 09.05.2007 14:45, David Woodhouse wrote:
>> How about a tracker bug for each SIG?
> Well, we never defined in more detail how Packaging SIGs should work.
> Maybe we should create a small set of guidelines that all SIGs follow,
> to get such questions answered once and for all and a common "look and
> feel". I think we should do that, but don't care enough to do it myself
> ATM. And we'll get the usual yelling "to much bureaucracy" or "that's
> should be the decision of the SIG itself" of course...  ;-)

A tracker bug sounds like a good idea actually, other then that not too much 
rules please. (/me starts yelling: "to much bureaucracy"). Seriously, the Games 
SIG works well, really well if you ask me, but I wouldn't want to make what we 
do compulsory for other SIGs. Like wise I know the KDE SIG has weekly IRC 
meetings, if that works for them fine, but it doesn't sound like something 
which I envision the Games SIG doing soon.

But as said a tracker bug, where SIG people can put themselves in the CC, and 
where packagers needing help can add there bug, sounds like a good, clean and 
simple plan. This same bug could be used by bug reporters who think a bug 
warrants the SIG's attention.



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