[Gluster-devel] [Gluster-users] [POLL] How do you want to receive notifications about new/updated bugs?

Alan Orth alan.orth at gmail.com
Sun Oct 12 17:07:07 UTC 2014

Sorry, I'm a bit late on this.  I quite like when you do a blog post
for the new releases, where you have a list of bugs squashed /
features added.  You could do a blog post every week or two with a
summary of new / updated bugs, then post a link to the mailing list,
twitter, etc.



On Sat, Oct 4, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Niels de Vos <ndevos at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> you may have noticed that we are looking into a better Bug Triage
> process. Our intention is that interested community members can support
> the project in a relatively simple but very effective way.
> Just like helping users on the mailinglist, follow-up questions and
> gathering some debugging data is often needed before a new bugreport can
> get worked on by a developer. The gathering of details about problems
> and clarifying the actual problem is what Bug Triage is all about. Not
> all people that report a bug know what information would be useful, or
> state their issue not very clear. Any community member is invited to
> help others with the improving of bug reports.
> Under the umbrella of Bug Triage we will need to get notifications about
> new bugs that to be reviewed. With this email I would like to hear what
> options are most useful for community members that are interested in
> checking new bugs for completeness and all. The options that we
> currently have are:
> 1. subscription to the bugs at gluster.org mailinglist
> 2. watching the bugs at gluster.org user with your Bugzilla account
> 3. RSS-feed with new bugs per version or component
> 4. lurking in #gluster on Freenode IRC, pay attention to glusterbot
> 5. .... <-- your idea
> Let me know by email (to the list or me directly) how you think
> receiving notifications about new/updated bugs is most useful. If you
> have any questions about the Bug Triage itself, get in touch, and I'm
> happy to explain more.
> Many thanks,
> Niels
> PS:
>   The 1st four options above are documented in the wiki:
>    -
> http://www.gluster.org/community/documentation/index.php/Bugzilla_Notifications
>   And so are the (quite verbose) Bug Triage Guidelines:
>    - http://www.gluster.org/community/documentation/index.php/Bug_triage
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