Bug tracker: next steps
adrian at xemacs.org
Fri Sep 7 06:59:41 EDT 2007
"Vin Shelton" <acs at alumni.princeton.edu> writes:
> On 9/7/07, Michael Sperber <sperber at informatik.uni-tuebingen.de> wrote:
>> "Stephen J. Turnbull" <stephen at xemacs.org> writes:
>> > Hans de Graaff writes:
>> > > So looking through all the feedback it seems to be that only roundup and
>> > > bugzilla may qualify for the set of requirements that have been thrown
>> > > around, and from those roundup seems to be the most favored one.
>> > The most important requirement cannot be satisfied by any software.
>> > Do we have a human who is willing to commit to making sure that
>> > somebody pays attention to the tracker for say the next 2 years? (That
>> > doesn't mean they have to do it personally, or for the whole period,
>> > but they do have to take responsibility for finding people to do it.)
>> You mean the admin side or looking at the bugs? The admin side isn't
>> me, but I'll sure look at the bugs. From experience, I know I'd much
I'll do both to some extent.
>> rather do that than periodically browse through 3-year-old e-mails.
> Amen, brother. :-)
> - Vin
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