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Re: Fwd: Application
On 03/07/2011 08:54 AM, C de-Avillez wrote:
Importance: "Medium", This bug affected all FRESH natty installs and it
was a core-app. The workaround was simple enough though therefore not
On 03/07/2011 07:31 AM, C de-Avillez wrote:
Forwarding for RedSingularity, he could not email BugControl.
-------- Original Message --------
Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2011 00:12:11 -0500
RedSingularity's (Tim's) Application,
1) Do you promise to be polite to bug reporters even if they are
rude to you or Ubuntu? Have you signed the Ubuntu Code of Conduct?
-YES / YES
2) Have you read Bugs/HowToTriage
<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Status> and Bugs/Importance
<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Importance>? Do you have any
questions about that documentation?
-YES / NO
3) What sensitive data should you look for in a private Apport
crash report bug before making it public?
-Sensitive data to look for in a apport crash would be found in
stacktrace.txt files. Things such as passwords, bank account
numbers, CSS keys, user names, server names, etc may be located in
And, please do not forget, coredumps, configuration files, etc.
4) Is there a particular package or group of packages that you are
interested in helping out with?
-I work on any package I feel comfortable with. Most of my time
goes to the update-manager package though. I have been working with
that for many months.
5) Please list five or more bugs which you have triaged and include
an explanation of your Triage. Please note that these bugs should be
representative of your very best work and they should demonstrate
your understanding of the triage process and how to properly handle
Importance for each one has been discussed with -control
members before being assigned.
Unfortunately, any other bug-control member not involved in these
discussions will have no idea of *how* you reached the conclusion.
Please resend with your rationale for the importances.
Importance: "Low", It only effected people with the mentioned intel VGA
chipset WITH compiz enabled as the window manager. Workaround was as
simple as using the default manager Metacity.
Importance: "Low", It only effected the group of people using a dual
monitor set up. The issue did not effect the usage of thunderbird in
any way. It was more of a "cosmetic" issue.
Importance: "Low", The problem with the restart button was a nuisance
but nothing more. Did not effect the proper working of the
update-manager. And in order to reproduce you need to start
update-manager as root which is not done normally anyway.
Importance: "Wishlist", obviously this was a usability improvement idea
for update-manager so it got the wishlist stamp.
Importance: "Wishlist", another usability improvement idea that was
EASY to implement. Bitesize. (I looked at the source code of
update-manager for this one to be sure)
Importance: "Wishlist", And finally another idea to improve the users
experience with ubuntu. Implimintation requires, again, a few lines of
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