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- HipHop packaging
- After working with User:Mdupont on the HipHop packaging, I announced our work on Wikitech-l and Tim offered a better solution than what we were doing. I still want to get the packagin better.
- Triage prep
- The longer I do triages the better I become. This week, I took care of making a public calendar available for Triages. This plus a bit of plannning ahead will hopefully mean greater participaton.
- For the Wikibooks/Wikisource triage this week, I started using talk pages such as Wikisource's Scriptorium. This also resulted in a lot of build-up activity on the etherpad
- Bug handling
- While I've managed to keep a good handle on incoming bug reports, I'm afraid I haven't managed to stay on top of traffic on old bugs. Mostly, I'll claim this is the fault of the 1.18 deployment and my focus on it. But in the end, I still have a lot of bug mail to slog through.
- Stats, Stats, and more Stats
- There is a ton of information that could be better digested and presented. Lifetime of a bug is one such piece of information.
- For example, a good graph to have (and work on pushing the line down on) would be the average length of time a bug has been open. Hopefully this has been going down as I've been concentrating on the bugbase, but currently we have no way of knowing.
- Getting at this information, though, is going to mean that I have to develop some tools or gain an understanding of, say, R, Processing, RRDtool, or (most likely for now) jqPlot.
- Talked with Sumanah, she made a good point about getting patches reviewed. As far as volunteer involvment, patch checking is important.
- Decided to finally write UploadWizard triage report.
- Tried out HipHop build, will toss to Tim.
- Putting off this week's triage so WikiBooks people can attend, pushed back fundraising triage, etc
- Added a ton of components to Bz