[Cosmo-dev] Cosmo end user bug triage
sheila at osafoundation.org
Fri Jun 29 17:32:18 PDT 2007
So, Mimi and I have started going through all the Cosmo bugs targeted
for 0.7 to provide input on prioritization. We have gone through the
P1, P2 and P3 bugs and bucketized them according to some end user
prioritization buckets. I am passing this info off to Ted who will be
making any changes to the prioritization.
A couple of notes....
+ We have ignored any dev/test/hub related bugs since we are not the
right people to be prioritizing these items
+ We have also excluded the rebranding tasks since we are going to P1
the logo work for now but ultimately all of these have to be done so
we will be tracking them as part of the release checklist.
+ We have not included the bugs we triaged during the bug council
today - we can assume they are triaged appropriately
+ Keep in mind that the PPD input is one of many we are using to
figure out what has to get done for Preview. Some of these priorities
might change if we find out that fixing some of these are
particularly easy or difficult.
+ The 10 unclassified bugs at the top of the page - I am waiting on
some feedback from Ted to figure out where to put these.
There were several bugs for which we had questions (this will help us
figure out the right bucket)....
+ P3: Bug#8067 - Time info getting set in recurrence endDate in
+ Is this going to affect Desktop users?
+P3: Bug#9102 - Changing even title with "All Events" only changes
+ P3: Bug#9063 - Master has location, modification does not. Possible
+ Will these bugs screw up data for Desktop users?
+ Maybe these will get fixed with br's recurrence re-factoring?
Next actions for PPD...
+ Classify the bugs called out above.
+ We need to look at P4s and P5s to see if there is anything we think
needs to be prioritized higher. I think we can assume at this stage
that P4s and P5s will not get fixed
Let me know if you have any comments, questions etc.
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