[Libreoffice-qa] Proposed HARDHACK
jmadero.dev at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 10:01:36 PDT 2012
I just came up with a potential idea! What about making a custom search on
FDO and just share it with each other? I use a couple custom searches right
now, making them is easy, transparent and shared.
Just a thought
On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 7:05 AM, Joel Madero <jmadero.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 08/29/2012 10:38 PM, Rainer Bielefeld wrote:
>> Joel Madero schrieb:
>> We should come up with a better method of tracking vs. each of us making
>>> our own list.
>> Hi Joel,
>> yes, indeed!
>> If everyone wants, they can email me and I will keep a
>>> combined list that we can discuss during our conference call. You can
>>> just email me directly "Proposed HARDHACK",
>> I would prefer a more public collection. I will (today) start another
>> thread here where everybody can do a proposal for Bug Numbers, Queries
>> filtering candidates or similar, so that everybody can observe the
>> collection process and do his own thoughts. But it would be really great if
>> you could collect the proposals few days before the next call (then we stop
>> the collection, later proposals will be for the next call) so that we have
>> a common and clear base for discussion and decision.
>> BTW: I still wonder whether it would be possible to have a LibO
>> spreadsheet on a server what can be edited by all interested people (here
>> for the collection of data), see "[tdf-discuss] Open document from server"
>> Best regards
>> Hi Rainer,
> I asked for the website team to look into this for the bug triaging
> process as well -- google docs is messy..-- as of yet they haven't
> responded so I'm thinking it's not easy. Google docs IS working for the
> triaging project it's just not ideal. It's a possibility until we find
> something better for HARDHACKS.
> Another less than ideal solution is setting a whiteboard status of
> PROPOSEDHARDHACK, then we in the QA team can query these out a couple
> nights before the conference call and write our own thoughts down. I
> actually think I prefer google docs as we already have too many whiteboard
> status'. Ultimately, our own spreadsheet on our own server would be ideal.
> Best Regards,
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