[IPython-dev] Bug triage frenzy
Sun Apr 25 23:19:37 CDT 2010
Wow, thanks for doing this!
> if you are on the -dev team, you may see a flurry of emails from LP.
> I'm in the process of triaging what I can in LP, so we only import
> into github valid bugs. I'm being fairly liberal, marking as
> invalid/won't fix only things I'm convinced are fixed in trunk or
> truly invalid, as I'd rather let a few false positives through than
> ignore good reports.
> If you are feeling generous and want to help, anything you do to
> triage new open bugs:
> will be appreciated.
I am super busy right now so I don't think I will have a chance to do
much, but I am definitely watching the progress. Please let me know
if there are specific tickets you want me to look at.
> I've now succeded in downloading to local python objects the entire
> ipython bug database from LP, now I just need to figure out how to
> programatically upload them to github (I'm using this ruby script as a
> guide: http://github.com/suitmymind/lighthouse-to-github/raw/master/migrate-lh-to-gh.rb).
> Then we'll be able to make the transition to GH without losing any
> bug history for open bugs. All new issues on GH will have a link to
> their parent on LP for details, though I'm trying to preserve as much
> metadata as I can.
This is great.
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Brian E. Granger, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Physics
Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
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