|Summary:||[website] Remove outdated contact info from bug life cycle page|
|Product:||WebKit||Reporter:||Chris Jerdonek <cjerdonek>|
|Component:||WebKit Website||Assignee:||Chris Jerdonek <cjerdonek>|
|Version:||528+ (Nightly build)|
Description Chris Jerdonek 2009-12-13 13:10:16 PST
I tried contacting the individual listed on the WebKit bug life cycle page (see the URL for the report) using the e-mail address listed there. But the e-mail address no longer works. I have also heard that he hasn't been involved for a couple years. I would also like to clarify a few things on this page while making the change, for example-- - Generally speaking, who has Bugzilla "canConfirm" privileges? - Once a bug is out of UNCONFIRMED status, can anyone set the "Assigned To" field (both from a permissions perspective and from an etiquette perspective)? - Before starting work on an UNCONFIRMED bug, what's the most efficient way of going about getting an UNCONFIRMED bug assigned to you (assuming you do not have "canConfirm" privileges)? - Finally, the bug life cycle page says this, "Each bug is initially assigned to the person designated as owner of the component." But most new bugs in WebKit I see have assignee "webkit-unassigned". Does the WebKit project have a concept of owner?
Comment 1 Chris Jerdonek 2009-12-19 21:43:39 PST
(In reply to comment #0) > I would also like to clarify a few things [regarding confirming, > assigning, etc] on this page while making the change, for example-- I made a separate report for this issue here: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=32781