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.
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:
> I'd like to hear what people think, as well as work out a few
> - 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.
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