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SubjectRe: Bugs sitting in the NEW state for more than two weeks
On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 02:37:21PM -0500, Stacy Woods wrote:
> Murray J. Root wrote:
>
> >On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 09:35:25AM -0500, Stacy Woods wrote:
> >
> >>There are 101 bugs sitting in the NEW state for more than 2 weeks
> >>that don't appear to have any activity. 48 of these bugs are owned
> >>by bugme-janitors which are good candidates for anyone to work on.
> >>Please check the bugs for before working on them to see if they are
> >>still available.
> >>
> Murray,
> Bugs 389 and 413 show the "last update" date was March 12th which
> dosen't fall
> within the two week criteria. The search is done only on the "last
> update" and
> has nothing to do with severity. Since you added comments to those
> bugs it set
> the date then. I realize this is not a perfect system to list all bugs
> that are truly
> not being worked on, but hopefully it gets some bugs investigated
> Especially the
> ones owned by bugme-janitors.
>

Thanks for the explanation - now I just need to find ways to add info to a
bug report without affecting the "last updated" time - IRC memos to gregkh?

*G*

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