[coreboot] [RFC] What to do with the issue/bug tracker and bugs?

Paul Menzel paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Wed Apr 26 09:12:25 CEST 2017

Dear coreboot folks,

In the past an issue/bug tracker was requested, and Lynxis set it up
[1] and maintains it.

Currently, there are 109 issue, where 78 of them are open.

In the last coreboot community meeting, it was discussed, if that needs
to and could be improved, and it was decided to start a discussion on
the mailing list.

The main question to the developers is, if a issue/bug tracker is still
wanted, and, if yes, what prevents you from using it more? Unawareness?
Bad usability?

One issue already pointed out is, that the issue/bug tracker should be
better integrated with Gerrit [2].

The next question is, how open bugs could be fixed? One proposal is,
that the “subsystem” maintainers should be responsible for that, at
least that the report is looked at and responded to.



[1] https://ticket.coreboot.org/issues/
[2] http://review.coreboot.org/
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