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Re: Invitation to the BSP in Tokyo/Japan,23 January 2010


On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 09:58:55PM +0900, Nobuhiro Iwamatsu wrote:
>  * 9:00-21:00 January 23rd, 2010
> [...] 
>  * RC-Bugsquashing[1].
>  * Take care of bugs found by piuparts[2] and ipv6[3].

Without coordination with the BSP in Moenchengladbach[1] at the same
time, targeting the same groups of bugs is a bad idea.

  [1] http://wiki.debian.org/BSP2010/Moenchengladbach

We definitely need some common place to coordinate who fixes which bug
during that time. If we would have only one BSP at that date, local
coordination would be possible, but two geographically separated BSPs
need online coordination.

Only with proper coordination we can avoid to unnecessarily duplicate
a lot of important work and cause quite some developer's frustration
and wasting developers' time.

I think using a single page in the Debian wiki for both BSPs is the
best place to document the state of every bug being worked on during
the two BSPs since it provides better overview than an IRC channel.
But of course, #debian-bugs will be one of the main real-time
communcation channels for both BSPs.

Therefore I created
http://wiki.debian.org/BSP2010/CoordinationTokyoMoenchengladbach and
linked to it from both BSP pages.

>  * Fix l10n issues in Japanese envrionment bugs.
>  * Translate po and document to Japanese.

These issues surely don't interfere with the Moenchengladbach BSP's
focussed subjects, but of course can and should be documented on the
same wiki page. :-)

		Regards, Axel
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