Re: [Zope-dev] Bug days

2002-03-15 Thread Adam Manock



Europe late afternoon = EST morning
How would 1700 UTC (GMT) be for most people?

People generally asleep between 12am and 6am.
Therefore the best time is logically 2am or so central Pacific time 
(affecting very few)
This is corresponds to 2pm GMT, 9am US EST, etc

Adam



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Re: [Zope-dev] Bug days

2002-03-15 Thread Paul Everitt


I don't think we can do the geographic coverage without making it too 
painful.  We should split bug days in half; a few hours in the morning 
and a few hours in the afternoon.

--Paul

Brian Lloyd wrote:
 Hi all - 
 
 In an effort to better keep up with the collector, I'd like
 to throw out the idea of doing periodic bug days (a la 
 the mozilla bug days), where Zope geeks and committers would 
 get together on IRC and spend a few hours knocking out issues.
 
 I've drafted a preliminary bug day manifesto that describes 
 how it would work in a little more detail:
 
   http://dev.zope.org/CVS/BugDays
 
 I'd like to hear what people think, as well as work out a few 
 logistics:
 
   - Given the wide geographic area that committers (and patch 
 submitters) cover, what is a good time of day for a bug 
 day to start / end (where start and end are always going 
 to be fuzzy, of course).
 
   - Would it be better for bugdays to be ad-hoc, or should we 
 try to set up regularly-scheduled bugdays at some reasonable 
 interval? If the latter, we need to come up with a day / time 
 that is agreeable to as many of the committers as possible.
 
 Thoughts?
 
 -Brian
 
 
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Re: [Zope-dev] Bug days

2002-03-14 Thread Matt Behrens

Brian Lloyd wrote:

 In an effort to better keep up with the collector, I'd like
 to throw out the idea of doing periodic bug days (a la 
 the mozilla bug days), where Zope geeks and committers would 
 get together on IRC and spend a few hours knocking out issues.

Yes, this would be *very* cool, if for no other reason than to try to 
thin out the Collector.  I made one pass over it today and found a few 
that never got closed when resolved, etc.  What several of them seemed 
to fall into, though, were ones that really merited a discussion of some 
sort to resolve, preferably with a senior engineer of some sort present 
to at least bounce ideas off.

   - Given the wide geographic area that committers (and patch 
 submitters) cover, what is a good time of day for a bug 
 day to start / end (where start and end are always going 
 to be fuzzy, of course).

I'm sure I could swing a weekday every once in awhile (during the 
workday, EST) at work.

   - Would it be better for bugdays to be ad-hoc, or should we 
 try to set up regularly-scheduled bugdays at some reasonable 
 interval? If the latter, we need to come up with a day / time 
 that is agreeable to as many of the committers as possible.

Better make 'em scheduled, or no-one will show. :-)

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