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Re: Urgent bug triaging task: installer blocker bugs for the beta

On Wed, 2009-03-18 at 15:36 -0400, Chris Lumens wrote:
> > Hi, guys. If anyone can help with that, it'd be really useful. The
> > release engineering team needs a decent idea of what really serious bugs
> > have been filed on the installer since the Alpha release. This is the
> > list of untriaged bugs:
> > 
> > https://bugzilla.redhat.com/buglist.cgi?query_format=advanced&classification=Fedora&product=Fedora&component=anaconda&component=anaconda-help&component=anaconda-images&component=anaconda-yum-plugins&version=rawhide&bug_status=NEW&chfieldfrom=2009-02-01&chfieldto=Now&chfield=[Bug%20creation]
> > 
> > if anyone can help go through that list and triage the bugs - especially
> > putting really serious issues that should block the beta release on the
> > blocker list, i.e. set them to block 'f11beta' - that'd be really great.
> > Serious issues that maybe shouldn't block the beta but should block
> > final release should be set to block 'f11blocker' or 'f11target'.
> It would be really helpful if you could coordinate this effort with Andy
> Lindeberg (alindebe), who is our dedicated bug triager.  She's on top of
> the procedure for dealing with anaconda bugs.  This isn't to say we
> don't want other people looking over the list for potential blockers,
> we'd just like you to coordinate with her as you do it.

Ah, OK. This was agreed with Jesse Keating in the QA meeting this
morning, FWIW - he expressed a desire to have bugs in Anaconda that
hadn't been looked at yet checked through and put on the blocker lists
if necessary.

I was about to suggest Andy at least add herself to the Bugzappers
Components and Triagers page so we would know she is actively looking
after anaconda triage efforts, but I just looked and I see she's just
done that, so no need. :)

I guess if it's OK with her, we can just look through the list and add
appropriate bugs to the blocker lists, but not triage them otherwise in
order not to get in her way. Does that sound like a good way to proceed?
Adam Williamson <awilliam redhat com>
Red Hat

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