Re: Bug sprint !
Josselin Mouette <email@example.com> writes:
> there are currently 122 RC bugs remaining that affect both testing and
> unstable. We need to fix them NOW.
> However, in the permanent BSP state that has lasted for quite some time,
> people seem to lose focus on this urgent need for the release. So the
> idea is:
> 122 developers × 5 days = 122 RC bugs fixed
> The rules are : at the end of a 5-day period, the bug you are assigned
> must be closed in unstable or have a lenny-ignore tag. Otherwise this is
> a free-for-all.
> The first 5 developers to fix their bugs will be sent a box of home-made
> cookies. Those who can’t fix their bugs in 5 days will receive the visit
> of a release manager who will hit them with a rusty shovel.
Would using a gnuherds.org pledge on RC bugs be useful here? Then
people can donate money to get RC bugs fixed in debian, and people who
fix the bug can claim the money. The claims and pledges would be open,
which I think is important.
I understand there could be conflicts in agreeing on who actually closed
a particular RC bug though. Hm. Maybe voting could resolve that...
Just an idea.