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Re: The Drive to 1.5

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-07-10 20:03:26 CEST

"David Glasser" <glasser@mit.edu> writes:
> This is the first release cycle I've been around for the beginning
> of... do we also want to do some triage/milestone-setting in the issue
> tracker at some point?

It would probably help.

A lot of issues already have the "1.5" milestone (meaning "must be
resolved before 1.5 is released") and some have the "1.5-consider"
milestone (meaning "nice to have resolved before 1.5 is released").

Ideally, all the issues with "---" as their milestone would get
examined and assigned a real milestone, either one of the above two,
or "1.6", ..., or "unscheduled", "2.0", or "nonblocking".

Basically, "unscheduled" just means "someone has look at this and
couldn't think of a milestone it had to go in". The difference
between that and "---" is that "---" means no one has attempted to
milestone it yet.

I wish I could volunteer, but am busy with http://www.pastebin.ca/612887,
trying to make 'svn commit --depth=foo' work. +1 on the idea, though.


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