Magyar Zoltán wrote:
My name is Zoltan. I'm from Hungary, and I would like to start to
contribute to the fedora project.
I thought about bug triaging, but I want to ask for an example: let's
see this bug:
First I tried and was able to reproduce it (with the given components
and versions). I didn't find duplicates for that bug, and I think that
the provided info is sufficient to be helpful.
So should I only add myself to the CC list, and leave a comment, that it
should be assigned (and maybe the priority set to low)?
Thanks in advance!
For whatever reason this list does not seem to be used very much.
Your best bet is to add a comment to the bug that you were able to
reproduce the problem. The developer will change the status to assigned
when/if they start working on it.
The other alternative would be to see if this bug has already been
reported "upstream," in this case, gnome.org.
If the problem has not been reported at gnome it would be helpful to
file a bug there. If it has been reported at gnome, it would help the
Fedora maintainer if you added a comment to the Fedora bug referencing
the URL for the gnome bug.
More information on bug triage is here:
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers if you haven't seen it already.
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