>>>> Stephen wrote:
Stephen> With Roundup, entry of old mailing list posts as issues is
Stephen> trivial, too. Of course that's unlikely to give appropriate
Stephen> priority or keywords.
Roundup has both e-mail and web interface so it seem to be capable. I
haven't used it so I don't now if there are some dark corners. Are
Stephen> What do you mean by "that seems essential"?
I mean that a developer ought to be interested in the bugs that get
filed. The job of ...
Stephen> ... classify and prioritize them, identify duplicates, link
Stephen> issues to relevant mailing list threads, and close fixed,
Stephen> bogus, or unfixable issues.
... needs to be done anyway and also communicated back to the person
filing the bug and the rest of the team whatever system there is.
Stephen> However, http://www.xemacs.org/Develop/jobs.html
Stephen> the "patch tracker must ensure that no patch falls down a
If there are positive results with the BTS then a patch tracker is the
next issue. ;-)
Stephen> There's a big gap between those two! (Note that we do not
Stephen> have anything resembling an active patch tracker at the
Stephen> moment.) When I called for volunteers, I meant I want people
Stephen> who will commit to putting effort into significantly
Stephen> narrowing that gap.
I'm afraid I don't understand.
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