On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, Bas Zoetekouw wrote:
> > For each apparently stale ITP:
> > 1) If the last thing that happened in the bug is a QA question "Do
> > you really still intend to upload this?" and there has been no
> > response for thirty days, then either convert it to RFP or close
> > it, depending on the history.
> > 2) If the last thing that happened is not a QA question, then send
> > the question.
> Hmm, this would indeed be a better solution, the only problem being that
> it's not very easily automated. Maybe the bug should also be tagged
> appropriately (unactive or something) when sending the QA question. Then
> my script can easily determine which one to remove.
I'm still not a big fan of automatic renaming of bugs (the problems with
several ITPs were already mentioned in this thread). My favorite solution
would be to use your list perhaps as a basis but to do the real work
manually - that's why I suggested in my tasks proposal that there's a
seperate WNPP task.