[Chandler-dev] works for me

Katie Capps Parlante capps at osafoundation.org
Tue Jan 2 19:23:29 PST 2007

Hi Aparna,

Ok, sounds like "works for me" is indeed the right resolution for these 
bugs. One thing for devs to keep in mind as they resolve bugs this way 
-- if the person who logged the bug is new to the community, it might be 
worth explaining that "works for me" does not mean that the bug is 
forgotten or lost information.


Aparna Kadakia wrote:
> Secondly regarding the 'works for me' resolution, the QA team does look 
> at each 'works for me' bug seriously and we do validate it before 
> closing it out. So as far as the end users are concerned they need not 
> worry about their bugs slipping thru the cracks. Even though it may be 
> resolved as 'worksforme', if we have even one instance where it fails we 
> will work with the developer and the user on providing exact steps for 
> reproducing the problem and resolving it.
> On Dec 28, 2006, at 12:10 PM, Philippe Bossut wrote:
>> I think it's the right resolution. I know it can be frustrating but 
>> the alternative (leaving the bug open and dangling with no clear 
>> action) is no better. No one should take the resolution personally (we 
>> *are* grateful for the report). The wording of the resolution doesn't 
>> mean more than what it says ("works for the developer/tester"). At 
>> least, it shows that a fair attempt at reproducing the bug has been 
>> made and nothing prevents the discussion to continue between devs and 
>> users (on the afore mentioned mailing list) and the bug to be reopen 
>> if a new info shows up. It's also good to have a record so that the 
>> bug and attempt to repro can be searched and consulted by others with 
>> similar issues.

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