Re: [gentoo-dev] bug-wranglers queue is large

2010-09-10 Thread Markos Chandras
Ping again

The list has 100 unassigned bugs for more than one week

I plan to create a patch for this[1] page and poke devrel for that

[1]: http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/devrel/staffing-needs/

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Re: [gentoo-dev] bug-wranglers queue is large

2010-09-10 Thread Paweł Hajdan, Jr.
On 9/10/10 4:18 AM, Markos Chandras wrote:
 I plan to create a patch for this[1] page and poke devrel for that
 
 [1]: http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/devrel/staffing-needs/

Actually, you just need to add some tags to your project page and the
Staffing Needs page gets automatically updated after few minutes.

Example:

  recruitment
job
  summaryHerd Tester/summary
  details
Chromium in Gentoo project needs more people testing packages.
We are not always able to reproduce reported issues, and having
more people respond to testing requests would be useful.
No quiz is necessary to start.
  /details
  requirements
If you are running www-client/chromium or chromium-bin,
and are willing to spend some time helping Gentoo,
feel free to apply.
  /requirements
  contactal...@g.o/contact
/job
  /recruitment



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Re: [gentoo-dev] bug-wranglers queue is large

2010-03-23 Thread Angelo Arrifano
On 23-03-2010 19:15, Jeremy Olexa wrote:
 
 Given that the b-w queue is over 200 bugs and some have not been wrangled
 for 3 weeks...
 
 Could everyone spend 5 minutes wrangling 5 bugs? (or more if you are
 willing :)
 
 Thanks,
 Jeremy
 

I'm going to grab this one and ask how is Gentoo going in terms of fresh
souls. I understand the recruiting process is slow and the recruiters
are understaffed. But I imagine somehow that there is less people
joining us now a days compared to a few years..

I'm currently guiding a friend to potentially join Gentoo in the future.
My plan is first to prepare him for Arch Testing, since it was also my
entry point on Gentoo. I would like to hear your experience and ideas
how to successfully guide people towards Gentoo development.

Regards,
- Angelo



Re: [gentoo-dev] bug-wranglers queue is large

2010-03-23 Thread Thomas Kahle
On 03/23/2010 07:55 PM, Angelo Arrifano wrote:
 On 23-03-2010 19:15, Jeremy Olexa wrote:

 Given that the b-w queue is over 200 bugs and some have not been wrangled
 for 3 weeks...

 Could everyone spend 5 minutes wrangling 5 bugs? (or more if you are
 willing :)

 Thanks,
 Jeremy

 
 I'm going to grab this one and ask how is Gentoo going in terms of fresh
 souls. I understand the recruiting process is slow and the recruiters
 are understaffed. But I imagine somehow that there is less people
 joining us now a days compared to a few years..
 
 I'm currently guiding a friend to potentially join Gentoo in the future.
 My plan is first to prepare him for Arch Testing, since it was also my
 entry point on Gentoo. I would like to hear your experience and ideas
 how to successfully guide people towards Gentoo development.

I recently was introduced to x86 arch testing by fauli. I thought I
could also help bug wrangling. Currently I am waiting for my extended
bugzilla rights http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=309967 .

Regards
Thomas




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Re: [gentoo-dev] bug-wranglers queue is large

2010-03-23 Thread Andreas K. Huettel

I can do a bit, I already have bugedit permissions from AMD64 AT and do 
bugwrangling for the KDE team. 

Are there any written rules somewhere on what can / should / must not be done 
by a non-dev (not yet dev?) bugwrangler on the general queue?

Cheers, Andreas (dilfridge)

Am Dienstag 23 März 2010 19:15:25 schrieb Jeremy Olexa:
 Given that the b-w queue is over 200 bugs and some have not been wrangled
 for 3 weeks...
 
 Could everyone spend 5 minutes wrangling 5 bugs? (or more if you are
 willing :)
 
 Thanks,
 Jeremy


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Re: [gentoo-dev] bug-wranglers queue is large

2010-03-23 Thread Sebastian Pipping
On 03/23/10 20:24, Thomas Kahle wrote:
 Currently I am waiting for my extended
 bugzilla rights http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=309967 .

For the list record:  halcy0n gave him permissions in the meantime.

Thomas, welcome on buzilla board!



Sebastian