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Early in the 3.6 planning cycle, we have decided to revamp the SWT bug triage system. Up until now, our triage consisted of directly assigning bugs to the component owners. Over time this led to each committer owning a huge number of bugs which not only gives the mistaken impression that they are actively working on solving all of those bugs but also makes it difficult for members of the community to identify which bugs are available for contribution. The Platform UI team has changed their triage process earlier in the year and we have decided to adopt their process.
The new SWT triage process is as follows:
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