[tor-dev] 0.2.8 triage at dev meeting!
nickm at alum.mit.edu
Thu Sep 24 14:09:46 UTC 2015
On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 7:49 AM, Isabela <isabela at riseup.net> wrote:
> 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
We usually use "028-triage" here. (No periods.) Feel free to use
either spelling. I'll do a batch-modify to condense them into one.
> * 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
Sounds great! Thanks, Isabela!
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