On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 3:48 PM, MZMcBride <z(a)mzmcbride.com> wrote:
I think we should take a holistic approach to the
Bugzilla workflow. I was
hoping the incoming Wikimedia Foundation entomologist would work on this.
It'd be great to fix one aspect of bug filing (such as the use of keywords),
but it'd be even better to take a look at the entire workflow and figure out
ways to make it suck less.
For example, the high-level categorizations are pretty awful currently. What
is and is not a product is inconsistent and confusing. I started some notes
about this at
Perhaps that page could/should be re-titled to "Bugzilla workflow" and we
could address a few outstanding Bugzilla workflow problems at once?
Yup, I would like that. The workflow does need work, as well as other
aspects. I wouldn't want this to become such a major project that it
never gets done, but I think there's value in a holistic look at