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Re: Fwd: Application


On 03/07/2011 03:08 PM, RedSingularity wrote:
> On 03/07/2011 08:54 AM, C de-Avillez wrote:
>> On 03/07/2011 07:31 AM, C de-Avillez wrote:
>>> Forwarding for RedSingularity, he could not email BugControl.
>>> -------- Original Message --------
>>> Subject:     Application
>>> Date:     Mon, 07 Mar 2011 00:12:11 -0500
>>> From:     RedSingularity<RedSingularity@xxxxxxx>
>>> To:     hggdh2@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> 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/HowToTriage>, Bugs/Assignment
>>> <https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Assignment>, Bugs/Status
>>> <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
>>> there.
>> 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
>>> bugs.
>>> 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.
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/704667>  
>>> Bug1
> Importance: "Medium",  This bug affected all FRESH natty installs and it
> was a core-app.  The workaround was simple enough though therefore not
> "High"
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-intel/+bug/664265>  
>>> Bug2
> 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.
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/thunderbird/+bug/699922>  
>>> Bug3
> 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.
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/715517>   
>>> Bug4
> 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.
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/638744>  
>>> Bug5
> Importance:  "Wishlist", obviously this was a usability improvement idea
> for update-manager so it got the wishlist stamp.
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/693131>  
>>> Bug6
> 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)
>>> <https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/696755>  
>>> Bug7
> Importance:  "Wishlist", And finally another idea to improve the users
> experience with ubuntu.  Implimintation requires, again, a few lines of
> code.

Very nice work, RedSingularity. I'm happy to endorse your application.