[tor-dev] 0.2.8 triage at dev meeting!

Isabela isabela at riseup.net
Thu Sep 24 11:49:42 UTC 2015

Hello everyone!

We are planing on doing a triage session for 0.2.8 release in Berlin!
Below is some guidance of what you can do to prepare for that, also what
you can do if you are planning on being there but want to help build the

Who should participate? Core Tor developers, obfuscation developers, Tor
Browser developers, Hidden Services developers, and of course anyone else 

To help with the triage we are asking everyone to add the following
information to tickets you think should be part of 0.2.8

  * keyword field: 0.2.8.x-triage

  * Size field: an estimation of how long you think it will take to get
it done (not counting review time, just execution):
        * small < 1 day
        * medium < 1 week
        * large > 1 week

  * Priority field:
        * blocker
        * critical
        * major
        * normal
        * minor
        * trivial

  * Sponsor field: if it's related to a sponsor deliverable

For 0.2.7 triage we did a few rounds until we ended with a good chunk of
work for the release. The release is coming out this month and here is
some numbers related to it if you would like to use as a reference:

I will send more updates on how this first triage session will be done
in Berlin and how we will get remote folks to participate. Also, this
does not mean what we do in Berlin is final, things can be refined after


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