Assigning bugs, and how new developers can find bugs to work on

Nikolay Sivov nsivov at
Mon May 31 18:29:02 CDT 2010

On 6/1/2010 02:56, Alexandru Băluț wrote:
>>     In the meanwhile, please assign the bugs, and spare others of
>>     spending time on them. As a bonus, it would be nice to see
>>     accurate numbers about how many bugs are on nobody's plate vs how
>>     many are on somebody's plate. Data! :) At the moment, there are
>>     15 assigned bugs (ignored 11 assigned to wine-bugs@), vs 5580
>>     unconfirmed/new/reopened bugs, for the Wine component.
>     Why do you need this? git log/blame shows all stats on every
>     person. It's a waste of time IMO to go with these ASSIGNED/VERIFIED.
> The git log shows what you did. This would show how much you have to 
> do (rough approximation, of course). btw, how exactly do you keep 
> track of what you have to do? Having bugs assigned looks like a way of 
> managing your todo-s.
You're overestimating a value of this tracking process. Currently a 
really long bug list is available, all you need is to choose a bug that 
fits your interests, put a note and start to fix it.
> Thanks,
> Alex

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