[Libreoffice-qa] RESOLVED status question
pmladek at suse.cz
Wed Aug 15 03:01:31 PDT 2012
If you see the automatic comment about that a fix was committed and you
are not longer able to reproduce the problem, I prefer to close it as
RESOLVED FIXED. In this case, it is clear that a developer committed
something for this particular bug. Someone fixed it by intention.
Otherwise, if it started to work without any commit message, I would
close it as WORKSFORME.
I hope that it makes sense :-)
Keep the great work on cleaning bugzilla.
Joel Madero píše v Po 13. 08. 2012 v 10:13 -0700:
> Thanks Peter. Given the information you and Rainer provided I think
> the best thing for QA triagers to do is to mark as WORKSFORME in most
> cases unless they know specifically that the bug was fixed and then
> maybe CC the person who patched the bug so they see the bug is closed.
> If this isn't the best method please let me know what is.
> Best Regards,
> On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 3:29 AM, Petr Mladek <pmladek at suse.cz> wrote:
> Joel Madero píše v Čt 02. 08. 2012 v 14:42 -0700:
> > At what point do we put resolved as a status? Is it when
> > committed to master branch? If not then is the developer/qa
> > expected to continue to check a patchs status after it's
> > committed to master in order to find out if it's committed
> > Thanks in advance, I'm not positive I've been doing it
> right :-/ A few
> > I marked as RESOLVED because I know they are fixed in master
> and will
> > soon be seen by other users as resolved as well.
> I would mark it as RESOLVED when the fix is pushed in all
> branches where
> we want it. IMHO, it means that the work is done from the
> We always want it in master. Sometimes, we want to backport it
> older products which need some developer input as well.
> Best Regards,
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