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Re: Lost patches/bug reports

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2008 15:41:10 -0400

Jens Seidel <jensseidel_at_users.sf.net> writes:
> On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 03:04:51PM -0700, David Glasser wrote:
>> I found a couple problems like this months ago, and committed at least
>> one fix; other patches languished unreviewed. Let me see if I can dig
>> them up.
> Maybe the bug tracking system should be used more intensivly? I'm sure
> that many bugs are lost because they where reported only on a list or
> because of the warning in the tracker to contact a list first.
> I would also like to get more info to the changelog. A issue number
> would allow me to follow the discussion, that's harder for revisions.
> Are duplicates really so problematical? Eclipse's one contains hundred
> of thousands bugs but my bugs are fixed nevertheless in short time at a
> rate of at least 80% (others are probably just lost in the huge amount).
> Debian's system has also no big hurdles.

Well, nothing about our bug tracker system stopped David from filing
issues; only lack of time on his part stopped him.

And once a patch is posted to the mailing list, it's supposed to get an
issue if it's not applied quickly or responded to. So our issue tracker
filters were not the cause of any of the problems in this specific case,

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