[Melbourne-pm] Melbourne.pm bug triage report
alecclews at gmail.com
Thu Nov 19 21:10:16 PST 2009
See also http://perl.net.au/wiki/Perl_5.X_bug_triage_process
Please improve as required
@pjf -- you may care to pass this to p5p as wel
2009/11/20 Paul Fenwick <pjf at perltraining.com.au>:
> G'day Melb.pm and p5p,
> Here's the long overdue report on the great Melbourne Perl Mongers bug triage.
> We managed to properly triage an estimated 68 tickets at Melbourne Perl
> Mongers (many thanks to Myf White for calculating this), along with about 14
> which would have been completely triaged if I had all the meta-tickets
> properly set up. That's about 82 tickets total, which is pretty darn
> awesome for a single night and not the world's best wireless access. A
> huge thank-you to all the Melbourne.pm volunteers!
> If you want to run your own triage event, then here's a few recommendations:
> * Work in pairs or small groups.
> * Make sure meta-tickets are well-known beforehand.
> On http://rt.perl.org/rt3/ these currently are:
> * RT 69710 - Perl 5.12.0 - Showstoppers
> * RT 70369 - Perl 5.12.0 - Expert assessment required
> * RT 70421 - Perl 5.12.0 - Non-critical
> * RT 70371 - Perl 5.005 - End of life
> * RT 70373 - Perl 5.6.x - End of life
> * Have someone on-hand to give people privileges. Not everyone will have
> them sorted out beforehand.
> * It's nice to have 5.10.1 floating around. A lot of old (5.6.x)
> bugs can just be closed if it's fixed in the most recent
> * Break list of bugs into chunks and hand to each group. This avoids
> double-triage of bugs.
> * Go through an example or two as a group on a projector first, if you
> All the best,
>  Federation square wifi allows outgoing http, but nothing else.
> No easy hopping on IRC.
> Paul Fenwick <pjf at perltraining.com.au> | http://perltraining.com.au/
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