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I stole this idea from liquidx who probably stole it from one of the many projects that do something similar.
Gentoo Linux should have one day a month that is devoted to clearing out bugs, and accepting new ebuilds from bugzilla. This one day a month should not replace a developers normal bug tracking duties. This "bug day" should become @@ -77,26 +78,49 @@ developers.
I believe this would help keep the number of bugs in bugzilla at a lower level. This would also be a good chance for some user submitted ebuilds to be commited that would normally go overlooked. I think this is a good idea. We could turn this into a big deal for the user community
This doesn't require any coding. It just requires one day each month that little other than bug closing will happen. I would like to see all developers participate, but I know it's unlikely that we could get everybody free on the -same day.+same day. The majority of the people that have had an opinion have +suggested a weekend day. We will have bugday's on a Saturday. Gentoo +developers can try to get some of the users to help them out. A prize to +the most succesful developer was suggested. This is an idea to keep in +mind for the future. I guess I'm going to be the one coordinating this +until I get help, but when I do get help in coordinating this we can +coordinate via irc if all parties are capable, or email if not. I will +send out a notice telling the details at least one week in advance to the +-dev, -core, and -user mailing lists.
Gnome, KDE, and other open source projects do something similar with good +