[llvm-dev] [cfe-dev] [RFC] LLVM bug lifecycle BoF - triaging
Kristof Beyls via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Oct 25 05:10:24 PDT 2018
On 5 Oct 2018, at 07:04, Dean Michael Berris <dean.berris at gmail.com<mailto:dean.berris at gmail.com>> wrote:
Thank you for starting this conversation! I look forward to the results of the BoF discussion summarised as well.
There was a lively discussion at the BoF; we’ve tried to take notes at https://etherpad.net/p/LLVMBugLifeCycleBoF but probably have failed to capture all the points. The slides used to kick start the discussion can be found at https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ERB9IQAjSwaNpEnlbchQzd_V9IQlLOojgo9J0_NXvYA/edit
Both at the BoF and in the mail thread, there have been many suggestions for improvements. So many that if we’d want to introduce all of them at once, we’d probably get stuck and not introduce any. To try and make progress on the ones I myself feel are most useful, I’ve volunteered for 2 actions:
1. Write up a proposal for documentation on what to do during bug triaging/closing/etc. I’ve just done so and put it up for review at https://reviews.llvm.org/D53691.
2. Write an email to the mailing lists to ask for volunteers for being on the “default-cc” list for components, implying you’re willing to triage bugs reported against those components. I’ve decided to first try and get consensus on what is expected when triaging a bug (see point above) before actively searching for volunteers for all components. That being said, both at the dev meeting and in the days after, I already received many requests from people to be added to the default-cc list for specific components. Of course, I’m very happy to add people volunteering to default-cc lists, so if you don’t want to wait to get added to a default-cc list, please email bugs-admin at lists.llvm.org<mailto:bugs-admin at lists.llvm.org> or raise it as a ticket in bugs.llvm.org<http://bugs.llvm.org> under “Bugzilla Admin”/“Products”.
Furthermore, since the BoF, I’ve seen a quite a few requests to clean up and introduce new components in Bugzilla. We’ve implemented the changes quickly and will aim to continue to have a quick response time in the future. Please file a ticket in bugs.llvm.org<http://bugs.llvm.org> under “Bugzilla Admin”/“Products” if you want to request a specific change.
For most of the other points that were raised: I don’t currently plan on acting on them immediately myself and hope to first see an impact of the above actions.
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