wiki:BugTriage0.9.1

Bug Triage for QGIS 0.9.1

How does this work?

OK so we are trying something a little different here. The idea is that participants will claim 5 bugs each for the upcoming 0.9.1 release and squash them! There is no bug bounty, no t-shirt prize, just a permanent record below that you have contributed in to make QGIS just that little bit more stable, less quirky and more user friendly. We encourage you to pick the 5 most easy bugs you can find in the 0.9.1 Milestone queue and assign them to yourself and then fix them before November 30 2007. By getting rid of the easy to fix bugs we can improve the overall fit & finish of QGIS and make the bug queue more manageable so we can focus on the more tricky to fix bugs without any 'bug noise'. If you see things in the application that are broken, we even encourage you to open bugs for them, assign them to yourself and fix them. Easy huh?

No Developer Access?

We welcome bug fixes in the form of patches!

The Triage Table

Person Commit Handle Bug 1 Bug 2 Bug 3 Bug 4 Bug 5 Bonus Bugs
Tim Sutton timlinux #284 #798 #832 #59 #809 #505/#2
Gary Sherman gsherman#636#662#741#673#520
Tom Elwertowski telwertowski #440#206#346#739
Peter Ersts ersts #604
Gavin Macaulay g_j_m #772 #150 #499 #483 #181 #611, #402, #835
Martin Dobias wonder #550 #784 #144 #770 #771
Carlos Dávila #792 #793 #794 #797 #819
Steven Bell StevenB #754 #799 #826 #827
Jürgen Fischer jef #762
#802
#801 #807 #810 #593 #818, #803, #786, #812, #763, #814, #800, #741, #837, #835, #817, #838, #839, #843, #842, #836, #851
Aaron Racicot aaronr #811 #556 #722 #800 #572 #582
Jean-Claude Repetto jrepetto #719
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