On Mon, 2014-04-21 at 23:57 +0200, Bjoern Michaelsen wrote:
On Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 05:43:43PM -0400, Terrence Enger wrote:
From the QA meeting minutes:
(*) SUGGESTION: Standardization of our summary field for Bugzilla
(*) Or: When searching for one phrase, display results from a
< similar one (e.g. "image" -> "picture" or "graphic")
Hmm, Im uncertain as to what the goal is here and if its reachable.
- Reporters (end users) will most likely ignore an attempt at using a
Absolutely right. In fact, we should not even mention it to a new
reporter until the need arises.
- Triagers will most likely have a good grip on all the words used for one
topic and might even derive additional information from the nuances (as
Terrence shows here ;) )
Triagers would be the first to apply standardized vocabulary.
Subject, of course, to us wanting not to discourage people who a just
not interested in vocabulary. The goal is to be able to ignore
uninteresting bugs more efficiently.
- Ultimately: Who should be the consumer of these queries/standardisation? How
does it help devs to address the impportant and urgent bugs quicker?
I see the primary user being a triager (or maybe a reporter) looking
Developers do not matter, because we (QA) are going to do such a
good job that no developer ever has to look at a bug she is not
interested in and which is ready for her attention.
Hey, I admit that that is "blue sky". How far can we expect to
advance toward that? How much value is there in the
yet-to-be-demonstrated incomplete result? I do not know, but the
sheer number of words I am writing suggests the improbability of a
good result. Sigh.
Perhaps the detail page for a bug should have a button meaning "I am a
developer, and I have looked at this bug, and I am sorry that I spent
my time this way." Well, a buttopn plus the opportunity to say what
enticed him to go there is the first place.
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