Hi neutron folks,

Today should have been 'Bug squashing day' where we go over existing bugs
filed for the project and triage/prioritize/comment on them.

I've created an etherpad with (hopefully) full list of neutron bugs:
https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/neutron-bug-squashing-day-2014-08-07

I was able to walk through a couple of almost thousand of bugs we have.
My target was to reduce the number of open bugs, so some of them I moved to
incomplete/invalid/won't fix state (not many though); then, to reduce the
number of high importance bugs, especially if they're hanging for too long.

As you can see, bugs in the etherpad are sorted by importance.
Some of my observations include:
- almost all bugs with High priority really seem like issues we should be
fixing.
In many cases submitter or initial contributor abandoned his work on the
bug...
- there are a couple of important bugs related to DVR where previously
working stuff
is broken, but in all cases there are DVR subteam members working on those,
so we're good here so far.

I also briefly described resolution for each bug, where 'n/a' means that
bug just needs to be fixed/work should be continued without any change to
state.
I'm planning to continue to go over this list and expect more bugs will go
away which previously have been marked as medium/low or wishlist.

If anyone is willing to help - you're welcome!

Thanks,
Eugene.
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