Priority System for Enhancements
kevin.benton at amd.com
Wed Feb 28 00:14:32 UTC 2007
Bill - I don't disagree, however, that requires code changes in order to
implement. My suggestion requires no code changes and can be
implemented today (assuming that BMO product/component owners agree). I
have been shifting toward features by bug_type in my own installations.
I'm also implementing default bug types per classification, but that
code is still very early in the coding stages.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: developers-owner at bugzilla.org
[mailto:developers-owner at bugzilla.org]
> On Behalf Of Bill Barry
> Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 4:46 PM
> To: developers at bugzilla.org
> Subject: Re: Priority System for Enhancements
> Benton, Kevin wrote:
> >> To assist this (or basically implement it), I'm going to be
> >> prioritizing enhancements.
> >> P1 = We definitely want this. It's a major feature, and it's
> >> obvious that it would be useful to everybody.
> >> P2 = We want this, but it's not totally clear or extremely
> >> important.
> >> P3 = This isn't a bad idea, and maybe we'll want to implement
> >> it at some point in the future, but it's not near-term roadmap
> >> material. Some core Bugzilla developer may work on it.
> >> P4 = This isn't a terrible idea, but it's not important to our
> >> long-term plans for Bugzilla. We would review a patch if somebody
> >> posted it, but a core developer is unlikely to work on it.
> >> P5 = We basically never want this. If somebody implements it
> >> and asks for review, we *might* look at it.
> > I'm wondering - there are cases when it might be useful to use
> > Enhancement_Urgent, Enhancement_Needed, Enhancement_Wanted,
> > Enhancement_Not_Likely as the severity rather than changing the
> > of Priority based on the status? I'm saying this because I know of
> > number of Bugzilla users that have service level agreements set up
> > such a way so that the customer determines severity and the
> > determines priority.
> This is exactly why bug 9412 needs to be done.
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