[Libreoffice-qa] Cleaning bug list
jmadero.dev at gmail.com
Tue Jun 19 13:36:34 PDT 2012
I moved this to a new thread because the subject here didn't really
accurately portray the direction of the conversation but I wanted to say I
have uploaded the latest flowchard:
I wasn't sure how or if I needed a wiki page or if I should just link to
the jpg in the Useful Links section of the Bug Triage wiki page. Any
thoughts? If you could respond on the other thread (more accurate subject)
that would be great, if not here is fine. Thanks all for the input, I think
that this is at least a decent start.
On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 10:57 AM, Joel Madero <jmadero.dev at gmail.com> wrote:
> I agree with the save comment, I'll change that right now. Also
> realized I didn't put a note in for regressions so I added to the
> bottom notes:
> Special attention should be paid to regressions. In most cases a
> regression calls for an increase in priority but in some cases it will
> not. If the regression is not elevated to a higher priority, a comment
> may be useful to explain why this decision was made
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 10:54 AM, Petr Mladek <pmladek at suse.cz> wrote:
> > Joel Madero píše v Po 18. 06. 2012 v 09:32 -0700:
> >> Version 2, changed orientation and tried to take comments into
> >> account. Let me know what you all think.
> > It is much better readable. I finally got a better picture :-)
> > Well, I think that it still need some thinking. You set "inability to
> > safe" as major. I think that it should be blocker. The application
> > would be almost useless with this bug ;-)
> > I suggest the following changes in the top levels:
> > Q: "Does bug cause crash, loss of data[*], inability to install,
> > broken core function, e.g. inability to safe any writer
> > documents, print?
> > + A: "yes":
> > => Q: "Does it affect almost all users within everyday usage and
> > is it a regression?"
> > + A: "yes" => blocker, highest, MAB
> > + A: "no" => critical, high, MAB
> > I would leave the
> > + A: "no"
> > => Q: "Does bug involve a serious glitch such as tediously
> > slow, inability to open particular documents, install
> > some extensions, print on some printers?
> > + A: "yes": => "major", high
> > IMHO, the rest might stay as is. Well, it would be great to create
> > several examples also for the other categories. I do not have power to
> > invent them now, though ;-)
> > [*] Note that data loss might be caused by incomplete import. If it is
> > not a regression, it might be marked by developers as an enhancement.
> > Note that it needs many developer/years to support some file formats.
> > OOXML format is described on several thousands of pages...
> > I am very happy with the progress and the state.
> > Thanks a lot for working on it.
> > Best Regards,
> > Petr
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