The example is bug#254511
From the user's perspective once he files an issue with (or without) a patch attached somebody from the system should look into it and respond.
System auto-assigned it to "Nobody" and nothing is happening for days.
So what is the mechanism of FreeBSD reacting to such issues?
Each category should have somebody attached who could look at the issue and at least make a determination for: (1) priority (2) the right person who can address it.
(In reply to Yuri Victorovich from comment #0)
> System auto-assigned it to "Nobody" and nothing is happening for days.
The actual mailing list assignment is "freebsd-bugs@" which is the default assignee. The "Nobody" is simply an annotation that the assignment is not specific to one person.
> So what is the mechanism of FreeBSD reacting to such issues?
It is the same as anything else: all done on a volunteer basis.
We have many people who do triage work to try to quickly assign issues to (at least) the relevant mailing lists. But that is not the same as having people standing by to analyze the content.
I honestly do know what Bugmeister can be asked to do here.