On Fri, Aug 16, 2002 at 09:58:38AM +0100, Chris Withers wrote:

> Well, there were a lot of 'rejected' issues and a fair few deferals too. 
> I'm mildly concerned about some of those rejections being premature and 
> some of the deferals being used just to bury stuff 'cos no-one has time to 
> deal with them right now.

Yes, there were a lot of rejections.  Out of the ones I myself made,
most were due to the bug report being invalid -- that happens a
*lot* with any issue reporting system.  Several also had to be
dumped because more info was asked for six months ago and never
received.  We discussed most of them on IRC, which was truly the
real benefit of having a Bug Day: getting that rough consensus
needed to take action.

I also made several resolutions, most of which were bugs that were
fixed before, advertently or inadvertently.  Very little code was
checked in; most resolutions seemed to be bugs that had already
disappeared for one reason or another.  I consider this a good
thing. :-)

Matt Behrens <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> <URL:http://zigg.com/>

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