On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 11:36 AM, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 11, 2013 at 10:43 AM, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>> I've finished my review of "Open" tickets. There remains 158 open
>> tickets. There are 721 tickets with a status of closed-invalid or
>> closed-fixed; I had planned to go through these to modify the data but
>> I've changed my mind. If any of these tickets are edited the data
>> needs to be repaired. I will give a further break down of the open
>> I will go through the other trackers and move the open tickets from
>> them to the Issues queue. I will leave the closed tickets alone.
>> These are already in read only mode except for the admin with
>> instruction to use the Issues tickets.
>> I also plan to advertise for a compiler developer to help with the GCC
>> and binutils issues. A good number of the open tickets are related to
> I've just added searches for Open tickets based on the Owner (a.k.a:
> assigned_to) field. There are five such searches, one for Cesar,
> Chuck, Chris, Earnie and Keith. Open includes tickets with
> !status:closed && !status:doc && !status:closed-invalid &&
> !status:closed-fixed; this leaves status:assigned or status:open or
> status:pending or status:unread as being Open. I'm thinking of adding
> a status:unassigned for those tickets that have been assigned and are
> no longer assigned but remain open.
All open tickets from Features, Support and Patches have been moved to
the Issues ticket system. Some of those were closed once being moved.
There are currently 294 open tickets. Of those there are 26 with no
Owner (or Unassigned) and 154 are assigned to me.
Now that this work is done, I will concentrate on the tickets open for
the Windows System Libraries but first I'll update the text of the
Issues tickets to help the user along.