Hi all,

Apologies - I accidentally took this off-list for a couple 
of mails. Returning to the list now.


Dave Neary wrote:
> Raphael Quinet wrote:
> > Well, the easiest way to do that is to use one of the
> > existing queries for open bugs and click on the "Sev"
> > or "Pri" column headings in order to sort them by
> > severity or priority.  Then you can look at the first
> > ones in each list and select those that appear to be
> > the most important.  There is no way to do this fully
> > automatically because the priorities and severities
> > are not always assigned in a consistent way (depends
> > on who looks at the bugs and what they have in mind
> > at that time).
> Hmmm... the idea I was trying to get at before was that
> it would be useful to send a top 10 to the list, since
> (as you no doubt know) the majority of developers haven't
> been using zilla (including myself), and probably wouldn't
> go regularly to one spot to check bugs. But if Mohammed
> won't go to the mountain...
> By mailing the 10/15 most critical bugs on a monthly basis
> to the list, I think people will be more likely to fix
> them. I know that I was when Sven last posted his trawl
> through outstanding bugs. It also has the benefit of
> connecting the very useful bugzilla to the most commonly
> used mailing list frequently, and getting people following
> those links. I think that the mail aspect of this is
> extremely important, and one message saying "there are
> links to queries here (with a URL)" isn't enough to get
> people using zilla in the long term (IMHO).
> What do you think?
> Cheers,
> Dave.
> --
> David Neary,               E-Mail [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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