#198 [workshop] Automatic Bug Reporting for dummies
Opened 4 months ago by mkutlak. Modified 3 months ago

  1. What is your proposal?
    - Do a brief introduction to ABRT, FAF and retrace-server.
    - Go through basic functionality and features of ABRT that people are most likely not aware of.
    - Together, create an event to get more information from crashes in bug reports.
    - Show people how they can use FAF to discover and fix bugs for which there is no Bugzilla ticket.
     
    We would love to receive feedback and ideas from developers/users to make the whole process from bug reporting to bug fixing better.

  2. Who in addition to the speaker needs to be in the room for this to succeed?
    * Fedora developers

  3. Is this a…
    * 2 hours (likely just around 1 hour): Workshop

  4. Anything else we need to know?
    Nothing comes to my mind.

  5. Who are you?
    - Name: Martin Kutlak
    - FAS ID: mkutlak
    - IRC Nick (#fedora-devel): mkutlak


Looks great. I would love to hear a talk/workshop like this myself.

Perhaps it's just my morbid nosiness, but I would be delighted to hear some curiosities from the realm of ABRT. Such as, what the "buggiest" component is according to the data from FAF, what the most reported issue is or what the longest standing problem is.

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- Issue assigned to mattdm

3 months ago

Metadata Update from @mattdm:
- Issue marked as blocking: #223
- Issue tagged with: Talk Accepted

3 months ago

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