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Re: Lilypond and distribution bugtrackers [was: LSR is not at the stable

From: Joseph Rushton Wakeling
Subject: Re: Lilypond and distribution bugtrackers [was: LSR is not at the stable release level]
Date: Wed, 03 Oct 2012 21:25:36 +0200
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On 10/03/2012 07:17 PM, Marek Klein wrote:
Is it really trivial? I can not imagine, how would you do it. A bug squad member
is supposed to spend 20 minutes a weak with his duties (bug reports,
verifying...). Maybe it seems to you to be to little, but even though there is
not enough people willing to do it. I spend 30 to 40 minutes on my days
(Wednesday and Friday) and it is usually not enough. I have to go over each bug
report I haven't seen to realise, if it was properly answered and if tracker
issue was created for it. If I had to  "listen in on bug reports from a few key
distros" I would quit "the job".

Don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to throw work on bug squad members. I'm not suggesting that you or anyone else should have to triage them. I'm just suggesting that there be some listening in so that people on the Lilypond team at least get alerted when a bug is reported in a distro.

I don't think that this will be a large number of reports -- my impression is that most issues with Lilypond get reported directly here anyway. But I can't see that it's not useful to _know_ when a bug gets reported elsewhere.

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