Commit a0e5c299 authored by Fabio Busatto's avatar Fabio Busatto Committed by bikebilly
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Simplified the process

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Regressions are very important, and they should be considered high priority
issues that should be solved as soon as possible, expecially if they affect
users. Anyway, ~regression label itself is not a [priority label], and this
means that regressions should still follow the scheduling process.
users. Anyway, ~regression label itself is not a [priority label].
When a regression is found:
1. Create an issue describing the problem in the most detailed way possible
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and any other label that may apply in the specific case
3. Add the ~regression label
4. Add the proper milestone
4. Ping the Product Manager for proper scheduling, see
[product categories](
to find who manages that specific area of the Product
If the regression is relevant and not just a minor fix, ping the Product Manager
in the issue, see [product categories](
to find who manages that specific area of the Product. In case you are in doubt
to ping or not, do it.
A very important step is helping the PM to understand the impact the regression
may have on users, by providing examples and how to reproduce it. This will
allow proper scheduling with a [priority label]. Normally it will be
~"Next Patch Release" if after the final release, or ~Deliverable if between the
feature freeze and the final release.
In case of very urgent fixes, a developer can choose to pick up the issue even
before it is properly scheduled, in order to speed up the process. The PM should
be pinged in the issue anyway to get confirmation about the actual priority as
soon as possible.
allow proper scheduling. Feel free to put ~"Next Patch Release" label to the
issue so the fix can start immediately, the PM will discuss and prioritize it as
needed if necessary.
## Release retrospective and kickoff
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