Re: On maintainers not responding to bugs
On Mon, Feb 26, 2007 at 07:07:33PM +0100, Mike Hommey wrote:
> Now, the iceape case is interesting: *you* (as in, the one
> complaining about rotting bugs) are also allowed to help
> the maintainers instead of whining.
One very positive thing from this thread is the number of
packages / teams that are openly admitting that there is a
I think that there is an untapped pool of people who could
help a lot with the triage work, but the question is, where
do they start? How do they know that they are welcome to
start responding to a given packages bugs with some kind of
One way is the existing wnpp system.
packages which have RFH filed. This list is very short and
doesn't seem to include the examples which have been put
forward in this thread at all.
For such packages, where triage would be needed, would it
not make sense to file an RFH bug to that effect?