Re: Google SoC - Bug Triaging and Forwarding Tool
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Google SoC - Bug Triaging and Forwarding Tool
- From: "Gustavo R. Montesino" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 13:42:36 -0300
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Em Ter, 2007-03-20 às 11:06 -0400, Joe Smith escreveu:
> "Gustavo R. Montesino" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> >Query BTS according to paramaters given by the user. It could filter
> >the bugs by maintaner, uploader, package, usertags, tags, etc. Display a
> >list with bug number, title and tags to the user.
> So I could query for all bugs with a specific tag (or usertag).
> I could query for bugs of a specific package.
> I could query for bugs of packages of a specific maintainer, that are grave
> severity, with a specific tag.
> >My initial idea would be to implement this on a GTK user interface. The
> >code should be done in some way to facilitate reuse on creation of other
> >interfaces (curses?). Suggestions are very welcome.
> A combination commandline/curses interface (like aptitude) would work well
> (I'm not opposed to a graphical interface, but a cammandline and/or curser
> inteface is very important to have.)
I see two main uses for such tool:
1. To help the maintainer keep his bugs under control
2. To make it easier for other persons to help on bug triaging.
As most of our big teams are under-staffed, I would like to work on the
second use case first. We can do a curses/cmdline/whatever interface
later IMHO, as long as we keep it in mind and keep interface and