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Re: WNPP bug overview

On Sat, Nov 17, 2001 at 05:32:22PM +0100, Bas Zoetekouw wrote:
> My script can also automatically rename ITA's to O's and ITP's to RFP's.

>     Orphaned packages are to be removed after:
>      - 300 days (main, no RC bugs)
>      -  50 days (contrib, no RC bugs)
>      -  25 days (non-free, no RC bugs)
>      - 150 days (main, one or more RC bugs)
>      -  25 days (contrib, one or more RC bugs)
>      -  10 days (non-free, one or more RC bugs)
>     ITA's will be renamed to O's after 100 days

RFA, YM? Not sure this is appropriate.

>     ITP's will be renamed to RFP's after 100 days

Sounds good. They'll also be dropped to wishlist, presumably? Three
months seems kind of long to upload an ITP-ed package (says someone who
spent over a year between submitting an ITP and uploading it...), maybe
that window should be shortened.

Might it be worth setting O: bugs to be severity "important" to make it
a bit easier to spot them?


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