@WG-prioritization/alerts issue #76980 has been requested for prioritization.
How are hangs usually prioritized? I was thinking maybe
We’d probably need to see how easy it is to hit the hang
Usually it’s around
Pinged LLVM group to get their opinion/knowledge
prioritization for this one is pending but it seems bad to me
interested in hearing why do you may consider it
maybe I'm looking at this wrong but it seems that working code now indefinitely hangs
well right, it's a regression and tracked down to the LLVM upgrade
p-high seems right to me
Would it make sense to perhaps assign a cautious
P-high and maybe bump it up if during the meeting is decided to do so? Without a more restricted example I don't know what we can infer (noted the comment about the bisect pointing to a macro)
Issue #76980's prioritization request has been removed.
We could also eventually nominate it
ah right, the
I-nominate is the right tool for that :thumbs_up:
@Santiago Pastorino Can I add the
I-nominate or you think the agenda is already packed enough?
i think p-high is sufficient right now
ah right, the
I-nominateis the right tool for that :thumbs_up:
Santiago Pastorino Can I add the
I-nominateor you think the agenda is already packed enough?
we can just nominate it regardless and it will be on queue for next meeting if we don't have time on this one