Bug Pass Friday
kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Tue Jan 7 13:39:44 PST 2014
As a follow-up, here are the JIRA queries that you can use.
Here is a link to your FX 9 bugs (the bugs targeted to FX 9 assigned to
And, here is a link to your FX 8u20 bugs:
Here is a list is all FX 9 bugs sorted by assignee and then by Component.
If you want to filter it by just your component then you would add
"Component = Graphics" (substituting the name of your component for
Graphics). You can then use this to look for unassigned bugs or bugs
assigned to the wrong person in your component.
-- Steve & Kevin
Stephen F Northover wrote:
> Hello Committers,
> I'd like to organize our work for 8u20 this week. Recall that 8u20 is
> about improving the quality of FX rather than implementing new features.
> Bug Owners:
> I suggest that we implement "Bug Pass Friday" where component owners
> and reviewers assess their bug backlog, clean up really old bugs that
> no longer apply and target the remaining bugs for either 8u20 or 9.
> In the case of bugs that don't have steps or sample code (and
> otherwise can't be reproduced), we should close them as 'Incomplete
> and ask nicely for more information:
> Otherwise, please check the priority and adjust accordingly. Of
> course, crashes, exceptions and failed functionality tend to rate high.
> Component Owners:
> We have bugs that are unassigned or assigned to the wrong person.
> Component owners are asked to do a pass and ensure that all bugs that
> are assigned are assigned to owners or reviewers. Of course there
> will be exceptions and when in doubt, email the list or contact us and
> we will update the code ownership tables.
> Unassigned bugs can stay that way or be assigned. It is likely that
> Kevin and I will do a pass on the unassigned bugs at a later time but
> if you know that a bug belongs to a certain person, assign it.
> This Tuesday is our first milestone and it will be uneventful because
> of the holidays. However, starting next week, we should have a good
> idea about the work that lies ahead and how much trouble we are in!
> Steve and Kevin
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