On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 04:23:57PM +0100, Christopher Brown wrote:
On 21/09/2007, Dave Jones <davej(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> I've created a #fedora-kernel channel on freenode in response
> to the large number of /msg's I continue to get which really
> should be going to a wider audience.
> I expect it to be low-traffic, but it may be a worthwhile experiment
> to see if it helps any for triage, coordination etc.
Is there any value is punting out a message to fedora-test to get more
people on the case with triaging?
Yeah, can't hurt.
I'm getting to the point now where bugs
aren't so old any more therefore people remember why they filed, can still
replicate the bug so the process rate is slowing somewhat. When you say /msg
do you mean people in IRC or bugzilla emails about bug status changes.
Is it worth setting up a bugzilla monitor to show status changes to
There's always #fedorabot (though that shows bug changes to all packages).
Perhaps we could get whoever controls it to join #fedora-kernel too if
it can be trained to only talk about kernel bugs, though I'm not sure
if it'll be annoying or not. Opinions?
Also, is it worth setting mailman to change the reply-to address so
to the list rather than the poster a-la -devel and -test?
I try to stay out of that argument as much as possible, as it seems
have vocal proponents/opponents on both sides, and tbh, I don't think
there's a way that'll please everyone.