Reporting bugs and requesting features¶
One of the easiest ways you can help Miro Community is to put tickets into the bug tracker, either reporting bugs or asking for new features.
Here are some guidelines for good bug reports:
- Check the bug tracker to make sure that the bug has not already been reported.
- Ask on the IRC channel (#miro-hackers on irc.freenode.net) or the mailing list to make sure that what you’re seeing really is a bug.
- Make sure that the bug is reproducible. Include instructions for how to reproduce it.
- Be as specific as possible. If a video page looks strange, check whether other video pages also look strange, then report which is the case.
- Give as much information as possible. Include error text, screenshots, links, anything that you have.
The better your bug report, the more likely someone is to fix it!
Reporting security issues¶
Please report security issues only to email@example.com.
When requesting a new feature, please do the following:
- Ask on the IRC channel (#miro-hackers on FreeNode) or the mailing list to get a general feeling on the feature.
- In your ticket, give a clear use case for/reason behind the new feature.
Ticket life cycle¶
- New tickets can be claimed by any community member.
- New and assigned tickets may be RESOLVED by a core member at any
time with the following resolutions:
- INVALID: The ticket isn’t applicable to Miro Community. For example, someone suggesting a change to Django.
- WONTFIX: The ticket will not be accepted, probably because it is not a bug, because the payoff is not seen as worth the effort, or because the ticket is rendered obsolete by parallel work on another ticket.
- DUPLICATE: The ticket is already in the tracker.
- WORKSFORME: The ticket would be a valid bug, but it can’t be reproduced.
- INCOMPLETE: More information is required to confirm the bug or explain the feature.
- Once a ticket is claimed, it is up to the assignee to start a branch for that ticket and submit a pull request to the canonical repository. When a pull request is submitted, the assignee should set the ticket’s needs-peer-review flag to ? and link to the pull request.
- Once a pull request has been submitted and the ticket has been flagged, a core member will review the code. This should be someone other than the assignee. If there are problems with the branch, they should explain the problems by commenting on github, inline and on the pull request. Otherwise, they can merge it in and change the ticket status to RESOLVED/FIXED and the needs-peer-review flag to +.