|| ||Frank Lichtenheld <djpig-AT-debian.org>|
|| ||Bug Squashing Party Feb, 4 - Feb, 6 2005|
|| ||Sat, 29 Jan 2005 10:54:09 +0100|
The last weeks were very successful regarding the development of
the RC bug count, the number of sarge related bug reports is currently
pending around 100 which is a reduction by almost 50% compared to
my last BSP announcement one month ago. See the latest release
update for more details.
To keep this number low until the other blocking issues for a freeze
are removed I propose another Bug Squashing Party next weekend,
February, 4th to February, 6th.
Some possible specific targets of this BSP could be
- fixing any remaining bugs from the recent mass bug-filing against
packages that don't include the text of the GNU Free Documentation
License but include man pages licensed under it.
- targeting some of the long standing, complex RC bugs
(e.g. #284875, #278495, #271427)
But before it gets boring, there's of course plenty to do apart
from that, like
- QA uploads for orphaned packages
- going trough packages removed from sarge and identifying candidates
for orphaning, removal or fixing
As usual coordination should happen in #debian-bugs on irc.debian.org,
and RC bugs should be claimed so that the work in progress is visible
on the claims page and on the "unofficial" RC bug coordination page.
Other tasks can be noted and explained on the BSP wiki page.
Frank Lichtenheld <email@example.com>
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