Re: Planned changes for to reduce the "Bugzilla blues"

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> On Oct 2, 2022, at 2:13 PM, Steven Rostedt <rostedt@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Ideally, someone (you?) would want to be a middle man and triage the
> bugzilla reports and find those that look promising to get a fix
> completed, and then be the liaison between bugzilla and the kernel
> maintainer, then I think that could work. But the issue comes back to
> manpower. Who's going to do that?

I *really* like this idea. And I think it’s also worth a shot. And if folks think so too, then I think in terms of manpower… I may have a solution:

I’d be more than happy to step up — new system or the current in-place bugzilla. (Believe me, triaging bug reports is actually something I enjoy.) It’d take some time to get adjusted and acquainted with dealing with reports, obviously, but I think I'd be able to take it on in addition to responsibilities in my personal life. 

Consider this e-mail as me indicating my interest in stepping up (but not a commitment, just yet, I would like to hear from others on Steven's idea first.)


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