Subject: Re: [boost] [Bug Sprint] Final report for the (late 2010) Bug Sprint
From: Jim Bell (Jim_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-12-07 12:26:46
On 1:59 PM, Vicente Botet wrote:
> Marshall Clow-2 wrote:
>> Well, the bug sprint is over. [ But that doesn't mean you have to stop
>> fixing bugs if you don't want to! ]
>> So - what did people think went well during the bug sprint?
>> What went poorly?
>> What can we do better next time (assuming that there is a next time)?
> ...I would track in the daily reports the number of Patches.
> IMO a good
> measure of a good/bad Bug sprint should be the number of open Bugs, not the
> number of open tickets. In particular I will not count the Support, Task or
> Feature Requests tickets as they are not associated to a bad behavior of the
> In addition to the Bug Sprint I would like we start an open activity that
> would add more regression tests. [...]
I think resources should first be spent making the existing regressions
And more regressions should flow out of valid bug reports. (See
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