Github issues database really needs a cleanup
greg at gregorycollins.net
Sun Mar 16 23:30:39 UTC 2014
If I recall we closed something like 200 of them one night, but like you
said that's a drop in the bucket. :(
If we want to just do an expunge, I have an idea of what should happen: we
give people a week to tag bugs that they care about and then kill the ones
nobody loves, tagging them as being closed for this reason so people don't
think they're resolved.
Do you remember what the import date was? We should probably only delete
bugs older than this.
On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 10:58 AM, Johan Tibell <johan.tibell at gmail.com>wrote:
> Please do. Gregory Collins and I took a stab at it at some point too, but
> there are lots and lots of bugs. Feel free to mark bugs as obsolete and
> close them if there haven't been any action in a long time.
> On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 12:50 AM, Bryan O'Sullivan <bos at serpentine.com>wrote:
>> There are literally hundreds of issues in there that I imported during
>> the migration from trac that have never been touched since.
>> Having the issue tracker be a graveyard of ancient junk that will never
>> be touched does not strike me as a healthy state of affairs. Would anyone
>> mind if I were to triage some of the old stuff and kill it off?
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