From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-15 05:05:45
John Maddock wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> May I also bring the example of optional? How comes that some
>> critical bug was discovered day before hard code freeze?
> I don't know what happened in that case, but sometimes bug reports just
> plain arrive at the most incomvenient times....
This happens. My impression is that it's not the case. And probably,
we can alleviate this "inconvenient times" effect by introducing two
deadlines -- for submitting bug reports, and for code changes, thereby
nudging folks into submitting bug reports when there's still time to fix
>> While bugs are introduced and fixed by particular persons, most
>> have mechanism to identify what bugs are critical for the next
>> and nudge the right persons into fixing the *right* bugs. It's not
>> exactly trivial to come with working procedures for Boost, due to
>> variety of components and target environments, but it still necessary
>> to try.
> Hopefully Trac's milestones feature will help us get this in better order.
That's my hope too. However, without some practices to make sure
milestones are set, and without actually checking list of bugs
assigned to milestone, that won't work.
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