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Confirm Categorize And Clean Stale Bugs

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  • Understanding Stale Issues in GitHub
  • Daily Task: Checking Unassigned Issues


  1. Enter GitHub:

    • Navigate to the GitHub repository and search for stale bug reports or unassigned issues.
    • You can find them using this link or by applying the filters: is:issue label:stale no:assignee is:open.
  2. Read and Understand:

    • Read the bug reports to understand the type of bug and where it is occurring.
  3. Replicate or Confirm:

    • Try to replicate the error mentioned in the report.
    • Visit the website mentioned in the report to confirm if the bug is still present.
  4. Action Based on Confirmation:

    • If the bug is still present:
      • Remove the stale label.
      • Add one or more of the following labels:
        • Confirm: If it was confirmed that the bug is still occurring.
        • BUG: If it is indeed a mistake.
        • Front end: If the bug is a frontend bug.
        • Back end: If the bug is a backend bug.
    • If you can't confirm the bug:
      • Add the label ✋ waiting-for-feedback.
      • Review it in the standup meeting.
    • If the bug is not happening:
      • Close the issue by adding a comment.

Following this procedure will help streamline the bug reporting and management process, ensuring that issues are properly identified, confirmed, and addressed in a timely manner.