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*** https://jira.secondlife.com/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10155
 
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**  UI triage:
 
**  UI triage:
*** https://jira.secondlife.com/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10470
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*** https://jira.secondlife.com/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?mode=hide&requestId=10470 ''(The selected filter with id '10470' does not exist.)''
 
*: ''(Note: there's no hard and fast rule that says these are the only valid queries.  If you feel there's a better query one particular week, use that.)''
 
*: ''(Note: there's no hard and fast rule that says these are the only valid queries.  If you feel there's a better query one particular week, use that.)''
 
* Save a copy of the XML version of the query
 
* Save a copy of the XML version of the query

Revision as of 03:57, 5 January 2010

Community members generally collaborate on the agenda for bug triage meetings. Here's how you can quickly fill in an otherwise blank agenda:


Setting up

  • Go to Bug_Triage/YYYY-MM-DD where YYYY is the four digit year code, MM is the two digit month code, and DD is the day code
  • Write and save {{subst:Triage Template}} as the only content of your new page. This will copy the complete markup from Template:Triage Template as a starting point for your agenda.
  • Fill in the relevant time, date, and location info for the upcoming meeting. The easiest way to do this is to copy the entire block of information from an earlier meeting of the same type (RC, regular, etc...) and modify the date and time as needed.

Populating the issue listings section(s)

<perl>

  1. !/usr/bin/env perl

use XML::Simple;

my $bugs = XMLin($ARGV[0]);

foreach my $item (@{$bugs->{channel}->{item}}) {

 $title = $item->{title};
 $title =~ s/^\^\*\] //;
 $key = $item->{key}->{content};
 $votes = $item->{votes};
 $reporter = $item->{reporter}->{username};
 print "* $key - Votes: $votes - $title - $reporter\n";

}


</perl>

  • Pick a reasonable cutoff point, and copy the output into the appropriate section of your newly created page.