Bug tracker: next steps
adrian at xemacs.org
Mon Sep 10 18:08:45 EDT 2007
Hans de Graaff <graaff at gentoo.org> writes:
> On Thu, 2007-09-06 at 18:26 +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>> 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.)
And I thank you for that.
Let's get something experimental going.
Did you find time to play with roundup yet (I'm not through all of my
> I'd like to make it clear that I'm not volunteering for the position of
> bug wrangler. My goal is to help set up a bug tracker and get it in a
> usable state. That probably includes some wrangling in the beginning,
> but I have too many other commitments to do this long term.
>> If we don't have that, why bother?
> Even without such a role I believe a tracker may still be useful to
> serve as a focal point for development as an easy and lightweight way to
> get involved in XEmacs development. Obviously it is much more valuable
> when someone actively marks duplicates, asks for clarification on bugs
> when needed, etc., but I feel that even without that being done actively
> there will be value, as people may build upon each others bug reports
> and patches, something that is pretty much impossible now.
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