Re: Bugs sitting in the NEW state for more than two weeks
Murray J. Root (email@example.com)
Thu, 20 Mar 2003 13:21:35 -0500
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.
> Kernel Bug Tracker: http://bugme.osdl.org
> 387 Other Other firstname.lastname@example.org
> poll on usb device does not return immediatly when device is unplugged
> 388 Other Other email@example.com
> 2.5.60/ioctl on usb device returns wrong length
> 390 Other Other firstname.lastname@example.org
> System hang with MySql workload
389 is still in "new" state but doesn't appear in list
> 410 Platform i386 email@example.com
> unexpected IO-APIC, please file a report at http://bugzilla.kernel.org
> 415 Drivers Video(DR firstname.lastname@example.org
> aty128fb.c fails to compile (logic error)
> 417 File Sys ext3 email@example.com
> htree much slower than regular ext3
413 is still in "new" state but does not appear in list
it seems your script is sorting by more than just age.
If severity "normal" means "ignore" it should be indicated - I'll start
claiming a higher level.
Murray J. Root
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