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On 13/08/14 09:28, Angus Lees wrote:
> I'm doing various small cleanup changes as I explore the neutron
> codebase. Some of these cleanups are to fix actual bugs discovered
> in the code.  Almost all of them are tiny and "obviously correct".
> 
> A recurring reviewer comment is that the change should have had an
>  accompanying bug report and that they would rather that change was
> not submitted without one (or at least, they've -1'ed my change).
> 
> I often didn't discover these issues by encountering an actual
> production issue so I'm unsure what to include in the bug report
> other than basically a copy of the change description.  I also
> haven't worked out the pattern yet of which changes should have a
> bug and which don't need one.
> 
> There's a section describing blueprints in NeutronDevelopment but
> nothing on bugs.  It would be great if someone who understands the
> nuances here could add some words on when to file bugs: Which type
> of changes should have accompanying bug reports? What is the
> purpose of that bug, and what should it contain?
> 

It was discussed before at:
http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2014-May/035789.html

/Ihar
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