Bug management/Triage/20130318

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Starting on March 18, 2013 and all week long with a dedicated session on March 19, we're cleaning up the bug reports about Extension:LiquidThreads.

LiquidThreads bug reports[edit]

What: Bug Triage of LiquidThreads reports - see the full list of reports. We will be focusing on cleaning up, improving the quality of these reports, and retesting some of them on mediawiki.org or test2.wikipedia.org.

When: Week of March 18, 2013, with a dedicated Bug Day on March 19 from 15:00 UTC until 21:00 UTC. This is an ongoing activity: you can arrive / leave at any time.

Where: #wikimedia-devconnect IRC channel. After joining on IRC, say Hello Bug Squad!. Look for users andre__ and valeriej. We will welcome you with instructions and help. Our progress is documented in the Bug Day Etherpad.

  • Over 60 bug reports come from translatewiki.net.[1] You're welcome to use it for testing (it runs last code in master); due to some of the bugs, some actions are restricted to translators, so follow the FirstSteps wizard to ask the right.

Who: Anyone who is interested, including you!

Why: The idea came up on the wikitech-l mailing list. While LiquidThreads is not actively developed anymore it is still popular and deployed in many places.

See also How to triage.

This is a weekly QA activity organized by the Bug Squad team. Join us!

Attendees[edit]

Results[edit]

Reduced number of open reports from 218 to 204.

Bug reports changed in the entire week: 76 reports.

Bug reports acted on on the dedicated bugday (31 reports):

Suggested reports not looked at (feel free to triage and update page with your actions): Suggested bugs to look at:

Promotion[edit]

  • Announced at wikitech-l, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and identi.ca.
  • Invitation sent to the 66 reporters of the 216 open issues (2 delivery failures).