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Re: Huntting for qa-bad items
On Tue, 2010-03-16 at 14:57 +0000, Julian Edwards wrote:
> On Tuesday 16 March 2010 14:49:33 Ursula Junque wrote:
> > Curtis Hovey wrote:
> > > http://people.canonical.com/~lpqateam/test-plan-report-10.03.html
> > > says the registry has a bad item. I do not know of one and I cannot find
> > > it. How can I find this bug that appears to be my team's responsibility?
> > >
> > > http://tiny.cc/wERuP shows all qa-bad bugs in the launchpad-project for
> > > all bug statuses. None of the bugs relate to the registry project or
> > > team.
> > This has been sorted out and I've replied Curtis yesterday: the script
> > was considering a person in Registry when the person was Foundations.
> > This was spurious, the chart is correct since then.
> > To check your QA items of this cycle, I've prepared a "cheat sheet" 
> > with the queries. Hope this helps!
> > 
> > https://dev.launchpad.net/PolicyAndProcess/PreReleaseQAProcess/Experiment/Q
> > ueryList
> The way we do this QA now really obviates the need to put bug tags on the
> milestone listings (I stare at the current Soyuz milestone all day).
> This was done a while ago but got reverted, I can't remember why. Can we get
> it back?
Not without a lot of work. Tags are expensive db calls that cause
timeouts for small and large projects. This requires an async call to
load, and I think we all know that ajax is 4 magnitudes or more greater
than adding the info to the template.
__Curtis C. Hovey_________
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