I love this idea!
On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 5:21 PM, Mark A. Hershberger
Starting with this coming Monday's bug triage, I want to try and make
sure the community's voice is heard. In order to do that, I've created
the “triage” keyword in Bugzilla. Every week, I'll announce a theme and
use this keyword to keep track of the bugs that will be handled in the
As we discuss the bug, it will be modified, probably assigned to a
developer, and the “triage” keyword removed. Some people may see this
as bug-spam, but I'd like to keep the email notifications on so that
people who have expressed an interest will know that we're giving the
bugs some love.
This week, I'm going to focus on Parser-related bugs. There are
currently 10 bugs on the with the “triage” keyword applied. A bug
triage meeting needs about 30 bugs, so I have room for about 20 more
right now. I'll be adding to the list before Monday, but this is your
chance to get WMF's developers talking about YOUR favorite parser bug by
adding the “triage” keyword.
I will reserve the right to remove the “triage” keyword — especially if
the list becomes unwieldy, or if the bug has nothing to do with parsing
— but I wanted to start to open up the triage process a bit more and
begin to provide a way for the community to participate in these
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