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Re: [TSVN] issuetracker

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-07-04 19:34:53 CEST

SteveKing wrote:
> Due to the amount of reports on this list (bugs, features, enhancements,
> ...) we need someone who is willing to take over the issuetracker. This
> job would require:
> - read the list
> - filter out wishes for features, enhancements, bugs
> - reproduce bug reports with the latest nightly build
> then, after two days (please not earlier) if one of the following
> conditions are met:
> - bug report is reproducable with the latest nightly build and I haven't
> fixed it already and announced by sending the 'fixed in revision xxxx'
> mail.
> - feature wishes are reasonable and in TSVN's and not Subversions area
> an issue should be filed with a detailed description.
> Otherwise I have to do this all by myself ;)

Which bits do you want to get out of exactly? We already do quite a lot
of this between us. We can usually dismiss rtfm's fairly quickly, and
unreasonable feature requests. The trouble is, no-one except you knows
about everything ;-) We can't always tell whether a feature is
reasonable because we don't know the internals well enough. I can't
answer questions about network access because I don't have much
experience or a server to try things on. So I don't know if there is a
single person who can do that job.

I am quite happy to file issues for anything you like, but I suspect
that is not the hard part.

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