[Libreoffice-qa] Stagnant NEEDINFO bugs

Pedro pedlino at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 03:02:22 PST 2013

Petr Mladek wrote
> Some people suggested 6 months. You suggests one week. I do not persist
> on 30 days but I think that it is a good compromise.
> For example, imagine someone who reports a bug before leaving on
> vacation, business trip, or into hospital. In addition, I think that it
> would be rude to push users to provide feedback within 7 days when the
> triage and fixing the bugs might take weeks and months :-)

I think that is extremely rude.  It reminds me of my Graduation diploma
which was not ready for 3 years and then I received a postcard saying I had
10 days to pick it up...

I believe that 1 month  interval between the 3 strikes is the most
reasonable. It doesn't leave untouched items for more than 3 months and it
should overcome the  "vacation, business trip, or into hospital" period.

Just my 2 cents ;)

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