This is a discussion on Whine schedule - Mozilla ; Let's say I want to whine when a bug has been in a certain state for 7 days, and whine again after another 7 days. If the whine executes every 7 days, then a bug may end up being nearly ...
Let's say I want to whine when a bug has been in a certain state for 7 days,
and whine again after another 7 days. If the whine executes every 7 days,
then a bug may end up being nearly 14 days old before that first whine is
sent out. Is there some way to avoid this?
I'm trying to send out reports listing bugs that have remained in certain
states for various periods of time. It's important that the first reports go
out in a timely fashion, but I don't want to annoy the recipients with a
short interval on follow-up reports.
Newtek Business Services, Inc.
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