This day will happen in the future at some point, but feel free to start now. The aim is to carry on from where we left off on 6th April Bug Day. Our target for triage is bugs listed in bugs.kde.org under the product Konqueror.
The goal of this bug-day is to check for: simple step-by-step instructions, reproducibility, and most of all, come up with test-cases for reproducing the bugs. This will enable the Konqueror developers to deal with bugs more easily, and so have more time left to actually fix them. When you have added either a test-case or step-by-step instructions for the reproduction of a bug, please list it in the appropriate section below, so that a second triager can see if they can get your instructions/test-case to work correctly. This page provides an excellent explanation of how to create a test-case. This page also has useful information on how to not mis-mark bugs. In particular, "duplicates are hard". Konqueror doesn't have as many duplicates as some applications, and we don't want to claim things are duplicates when they aren't. So do not look too hard for them, and make sure to double check them with someone else, preferably one of the developers before marking/closing.We especially don't want to create more work for developers!
Be sure to join #kde-bugs on irc.freenode.net, as this is where the bug-day will be coordinated. (You can even join now!)
You should either be working with Konqueror from KDE 4 (either 4.0.2 or newer is best or SVN trunk) for testing these bugs. In this case, it probably won't matter which one, because KHTML/KJS are aggressively forward-ported and back-ported, and you might find 4.0.x easier to compile.
You may need another browser to test things in.
If you come across a bug with a testcase in the text, put it under the testcase section. If it isn't marked "testcase" in the title, make a note of that. Check that the testcase works! (And doesn't work!)
Most importantly, we need to create testcases. These are time-consuming, but extremely useful and really help out developers. These are especially important if it is a site that is either a non-Western language or a site you need some sort of account for.
If something has no clear instructions on how to reproduce it, or has little useful information, add a comment asking the reporter for more detail. Then list it in the bugs awaiting feedback section. Be polite, we want to be nice to our bug reporters!
Prioritizing is good. If a major website doesn't work, that is important. Let's keep track of them.
Keep an eye on what the "Version:" fields say in Bugzilla. If it says "unspecified", it won't show up in developer's searches for 4.0 bugs! Change the version field to match what the other one says, i.e. to match version the bug was first reported in, or mark it below if you don't have bugzilla permissions. Do not update or change the version number (ex. from 3.5.2 to 4.0.2) if it is currently set as a number! Just make a note on the bug of what the status is in the version you are testing with (be explicit as to what version of 4 you are using, mentioning whether it is a source build or which distro the packages come from).
Please list bugs here to get a second opinion before making the change in bugzilla. This also gives a record of what we've done for the developers to check.
After adding triaged bugs on this page, you should keep an eye on their bugzilla status. Add yourself on the CC field in bugzilla to be informed about updates. When a bug is closed on bugzilla, it should be updated on this page.
You can do this with the tag <s>...</s>
Add your comments even on bugzilla for a more complete feedback by users and developers. When you comment on bugzilla, be sure to include the version of KDE you tested on (revision number and trunk/branch if it's SVN).
Please select a period of bugs from the Division of Labour section below and mark your name next to it and mark it with your irc nickname to show that you are working on it. When you have completed all the bugs in that section, please mark it as complete.
For each bug, try and reproduce it as described in the report. Then list it in the appropriate section below. If you wish to close or mark as duplicate a bug, please list it here even if you have the bugzilla permissions to do so, in order to get a second opinion from another triager. This will help to reduce the number of incorrect actions taken on bugs.
Tell developers what you are testing with. (If you expect to upgrade between now and BugDay, put what version you are using now next to the bugs/comments that you put on this page.)
Please give distro/version or SVN branch/trunk with revision below:
|IRC Nickname||KDE version used for testing|
|Grundleborg||svn trunk r795406|
|Please be sure to sign every bug or comment you add to this page with your irc nickname. You can use the wiki markup ~~~ to insert your wiki username automatically (but only do this if it is the same as your IRC nickname, otherwise write your IRC nickname in by hand).|
This bug day, we will be targeting two sets of bugs. If you have access to an IMAP email account, please take a group of bugs from the IMAP BUGS section. Otherwise, please take a group of general KMail bugs.
Please choose a month that is not already taken and then use the bugs.kde.org query in the table to search for the bugs. Please mark you irc nickname in the table below to show which month's bugs you are working on to avoid duplication of effort.
|Period of time / month||No of bugs||Query||IRC Nickname||Status|
|2004-01 - 2004-08||11||Query|
|2004-09 - 2004-10||12||Query|
|2004-11 - 2004-12||11||Query|
|2005-01 - 2005-02||5||Query|
|2005-03 - 2005-04||12||Query|
|2005-05 - 2005-06||9||Query|
|2005-07 - 2005-08||12||Query|
|2005-09 - 2005-10||8||Query|
|2005-11 - 2005-12||19||Query|
|2006-01 - 2006-02||18||Query|
|2006-03 - 2006-04||9||Query|
|2006-05 - 2006-06||14||Query|
|2006-07 - 2006-08||15||Query|
|2007-01 - 2007-02||18||Query|
|2007-03 - 2007-04||11||Query|
|2007-05 - 2007-06||8||Query|
|2007-07 - 2007-08||9||Query|
|2007-09 - 2007-10||6||Query|
|2007-11 - 2007-12||19||Query|
|2008-01 - 2008-02||10||Query|
|2008-03 - now||8||Query|
(Total bugs 286)
|Period of time / Month||No of bugs||Query||IRC Nickname||Status|
|2003-01 - 2003-06||16||Query|
|2003-07 - 2003-12||16||Query|
|2004-01 - 2004-02||15||Query|
|2004-03 - 2004-04||11||Query|
|2004-05 - 2004-06||7||Query|
|2004-07 - 2004-08||9||Query|
|2004-09 - 2004-10||19||Query|
|2004-11 - 2004-12||19||Query|
|2008-04 - now||6||Query|
(Total bugs 520)
Below lists the various sections for completed bugs. This aids everyone in double checking each other's work. In addition this allows those of us that don't have bugzilla permissions to list bugs so that the folks with the permissions can follow up. The remainder of the page is separated into sub-pages to reduce edit conflicts. The best way to work with this is to enable section editing by going to "My preferences" > "editing" > "Enable section editing via  links". When you click edit you will automatically edit the subpage.
If a bug is reported against a version of KDE before 4.0, but the bug can no longer be reproduced in KDE 4.x, then it should be listed here. Please do not close the bug. The KMail developers would like to check each one before they are closed.