Winehq: Bugzilla responsibilities page
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Thu May 30 07:07:18 CDT 2002
--- Andreas Mohr <andi at rhlx01.fht-esslingen.de> wrote:
> > > - why add a whole new talkback.inc ? isn't that
> > > bit overkill ?
> > Bug tracking activities are very close to AppDB
> > maintaining activities. Both present feedback to
> > developers and processing of this feedback. The
> > is to have one page to describe both activities.
> > Users, wanting to provide feedback or help to
> > such feedback will have one page to start from.
> > Information I want to have on this page:
> > * link to Bugzilla
> > * link to AppDB
> > * link to guidelines for Wine bugs tracking
> process -
> > finding, submission, research, fixing, testing. Of
> > cause these guidelines will have tons of
> references to
> > existing documents.
> > * link to AppDB maintainer guide
> > Remove this page if you think this is too much, we
> > regroup information later.
> This sounds *a lot* like what
> already lists.
Sounds good for me.
> I really don't think adding a sort of "duplicate"
> page is
> going to help with the Wine users that already in
> some cases seem to be
> going out of their way to make sure that they don't
> contribute to Wine
> (because it might even leave those people that do
> want to do Wine
> activities confused)
> My reasoning is: how many external winehq
> maintainers do we have ?
> how many main AppDB maintainers ? How many
> FAQ-O-Matic maintainers ?
> How many documentation writers ? How many
> translators ? How many regular
> application testers ?
> (Almost) all are tasks that even a non-programmer
> can easily handle given
> some dedication...
> So how should this page conflict be resolved ?
> I'm open to anything - well, probably except to
> having two separate pages
> with some sort of "Wine contribution" content.
Lets remove talkback.inc, make a link to the contrib
page from development page too. The contrib page may
also have a link to the bugzilla repsponsibilities
In future I'll add information I consider necessary to
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