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geowolf
Hi,
for max productivity during Friday's bug fix code sprint it can be useful to identify in advance some jira tickets that we could work on:
* strictly bug fixes (we cannot do new features, though improvements to the docs are welcomed)
* fix is understood, or it seems easy to fix anyways (we don't want to spend the whole day on a single ticket and then raise white flag because it's too hard to fix, or the fix is too invasive)

I had a first quick crack at a list looking at the first 150 issues that have been most recently commented on (fresh stuff) and came up with the following:

As you can see I've labelled 24xbeta-cs to make them easier to find.
Other devs might want to do the same?

Cheers
Andrea

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On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 6:31 PM, Andrea Aime <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,
for max productivity during Friday's bug fix code sprint it can be useful to identify in advance some jira tickets that we could work on:
* strictly bug fixes (we cannot do new features, though improvements to the docs are welcomed)
* fix is understood, or it seems easy to fix anyways (we don't want to spend the whole day on a single ticket and then raise white flag because it's too hard to fix, or the fix is too invasive)

I had a first quick crack at a list looking at the first 150 issues that have been most recently commented on (fresh stuff) and came up with the following:

Btw, some clarifications on the intent of having a list here.
I don't want to setup a list force people work on specific subjects, I believe everybody should feel free to bug fix whatever
they want during the bugfix fest, otherwise it's just going to be another day at work :-)
The idea behind the list is to try and locate before hand a bunch of tickets that seem to hit some sweet spot in terms
of being actionable and relatively easy to solve, so that we don't collectively spend the first few hours to look at what
to fix (I hope we'll get some user feedback on the beta, that would be of courses prime choices).
But if people come and already know what they want to work on, that's great :-)

Users wise, please don't start labelling every ticket you care about with the 24xbeta-cs label, nothing wrong with letting us
know that you care, but if we end up with a large list of issues many of which are not properly bug fixes, require a lot
of work to be done, or require changes in dangerous to touch areas well... the value of the list will be diminished a lot.

That said, users are welcomed to participate, do you want to help us improve the docs? 
I guess we need to find some easy way for Windows people to edit rst... maybe notepad++ with the right
syntax highlight (https://github.com/steenhulthin/reStructuredText_NPP)? Any other suggestion? 

Cheers
Andrea


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Via Poggio alle Viti 1187
55054  Massarosa (LU)
Italy
phone: <a href="tel:%2B39%200584%20962313" value="+390584962313" target="_blank">+39 0584 962313
fax: <a href="tel:%2B39%200584%201660272" value="+3905841660272" target="_blank">+39 0584 1660272
mob: <a href="tel:%2B39%20%C2%A0339%208844549" value="+393398844549" target="_blank">+39  339 8844549


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