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Re: Timetable for first 1.0 merge list

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-12-22 19:21:21 CET

Greg Stein <gstein@lyra.org> writes:
> I'll note the issue tracker isn't as easy to say "open"; there is some
> nebulous process that Karl defined to open an issue for voting. AFAIK,
> none have been opened (since the "rules" aren't part of the issue tracker,
> it is hard to know what they are all the time; with a STATUS file, the
> rules can be "right there"). If an issue is *not* voted in, then what
> happens? How does it get "closed"? I suspect there will some monkey games
> with the milestone to suggest the various voting.

Yes, you're right, there's an unclarity here.

> Hmm. Thinking on this more, I currently see a *bunch* of issues that have
> no milestone associated with them. They're all "---" which is tough
> because it can also mean that somebody hasn't dealt with it yet. The two
> semantics are conflated. If there is a milestone named "open for voting",
> then it would be more obvious. But then we're conflating process with
> milestone...

That seems a reasonable solution. But since we're almost done
deciding to use a STATUS file (not to put too fine a point on it, but
the voting pattern seems pretty clear so far), I won't bother to fix
this in the tracker now.

> Sigh. /me waits with anticipation for the vote on IZ vs STATUS to close...

:-) Soon, soon.

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