akurtako at redhat.com
Sat Nov 6 14:22:29 UTC 2010
> On Sat, Nov 06, 2010 at 01:36:24PM +0200, Alexander Kurtakov wrote:
> > > On Sat, 6 Nov 2010 12:23:00 +0200, Alexander wrote:
> > > > How can you expect a maintainer to fix/respond to hundreds of bugs
> > > > and not expect the user to verify his/her bug still applies?
> > >
> > > Have you noticed how many ticket EOL warnings some users receive all of
> > > a sudden? They may be able to pay attention to one or a few, but not
> > > all. And if they reassign a few, how likely is it that there will be
> > > a response prior to next EOL?
> > Hmm, let's switch user with maintainer?
> > Have you noticed how many new tickets some maintainers receive all of a
> > sudden? They may be able to pay attention to one or a few, but not all.
> > And if
> Maintainer do not usually receive lots of bugs within one or two days
> that they have to handle within one month.
We can argue about this a lot (e.e. submitter can reopen bug whenever he finds
the time to verify the bug).
So the real problem is the notice period?
Will it help if there is 6 weeks notice instead of 4?
Any other idea?
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