Re: migrating gtk
- Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2018 14:17:59 +0100
- From: Carlos Soriano <csoriano@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: migrating gtk
Hey Matthias,Sounds good. In the short experience with the migration it looks like it worked well to be as strict as possible, meaning, migrating the only the most relevant bugs. I would also take the opportunity to ack/nack pending patches if that is possible for gtk+.
Just to double check, the idea of having a different repo/project for each gtk version was discussed but didn't pass right?
On 5 February 2018 at 11:37, Emmanuele Bassi <ebassi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 4 February 2018 at 20:52, Morten Welinder <mortenw@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> As a general principle, you should only ask bug reporters to do work if you
> intend to do something with the answer. Or, with other words, it really is
> not nice to keep asking "is that bug still there?" until they get tired of the
> busywork and leave in disgust.
The busywork meaning "attaching a patch and iterating over it"?
Considering that you usually stop short of the first step I have to
ask you: what kind of "busywork" have you ever experienced?
Of course if we get a positive response that the bug is still there
we're going to migrate it and keep track of it.
> With that in mind, I believe it is much nicer to just leave the old bugs there.
The old bugs will be left there, but closed, so we don't need to check
two bug lists, and split the maintenance resources even more.
> We never got around to solving the reporter's problem, but at least we did
> not add to the pain by asking them to do work and report back, only to
> ignore the result of that. Doing that is quite rude.
Of course it is, that's why we generally don't do that — except,
maybe, for rude bug reporters.
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