Wednesday, May 29, 2013

GWT issue tracker spring cleaning

Hi Everyone,

As announced on Google I/O we are going to clean up the issue tracker.

We will review every issue on the tracker and triage appropriately. This means also closing older stale issues. In some cases due to the immense amount of issues to triage, you might feel that a certain issue needs addressing, despite the issue being closed. If you think a certain issue still needs addressing, please ensure its still applicable to GWT 2.5.1 and raise awareness on the issue with appropriate instructions to reproduce the problem.

This measure will make the GWT issue tracker viable again as an input resource for the GWT project and will help us to get better input from the community in the future.

I hope you are excited as well to see many of the small issues being addressed with patches on the new review system, we certainly are!

Daniel, on behalf of the GWT team

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