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Re: A problem with old bugs

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: A problem with old bugs
Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2017 18:16:58 +0200

> From: Marcin Borkowski <address@hidden>
> Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2017 09:22:55 +0100
> I'm sorry to say that I'm a bit sad.  A few months ago (maybe a year)
> there was a call to so some work on old, outstanding bugs.
> I volunteered for that, and while I did not spend /a lot/ of time on
> that, I feel that I did indeed help a bit.  Then, I proceeded to
> actually fix a few bugs that were within my reach.  I sent a patch
> fixing 21072, then a patch fixing one bug I did not formally submit (but
> both the bug and the patch are seemingly quite trivial), and then wanted
> to start discussion on 19873.
> Unfortunately, I have to say that I got very little feedback.  There was
> some discussion (John's on testing, Eli's on my stupid mistakes etc.),
> but my patches/emails are mainly left there undecided.

Can you tell which bugs are those?  I'd like to look them up and see
why they stalled.

In general, if there are no unresolved issues raised during the
discussions, you just need to ping the bug address once a week or two,
to make sure the reports don't fall through the cracks.


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