andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net (Andrew Dunstan) writes:
> RaphaÃ«l Jacquot wrote:
>> would seem like a good idea, no ?
> Before you come trolling on this (or any other) subject, please read
> the voluminous debates that have taken place about it. Apparently you
> think it's something we have never considered, which in light of the
> product we maintain would be more than remarkable.
> Having done that, please endeavour to make an actual contribution to
> the discussion.
This seems more than a tad unfair.
Yes, it is certainly fair to observe that there have been voluminous
debates. But it will take a whole lot of "trolling around" in the
archives to figure out the shape of the *conclusions* of those
Seeming relevant conclusions:
- Yes, there probably ought to be some sort of structured bug tracker.
- HOWEVER, there are many who prefer to use email for their work, as
opposed to being forced into some sort of "webby thing."
- That being said, experimentation is taking place for the
"commitfests" with using a wiki to track statuses of patches and
- It is hoped that out of this experimentation, patterns surrounding
what is *truly* needful to structure will emerge. There is reason
to be hopeful about this, as the wiki-based process has been showing
some useful structures to impose already.
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