more work to be done....
jas88 at cam.ac.uk
Thu May 17 19:24:16 GMT 2001
On Thu, 17 May 2001, Gerald Carter wrote:
> On Thu, 17 May 2001, Christopher R. Hertel wrote:
> > > But... why not use an actual bug tracking system? It may be more effort to
> > > set up, but in the long run it may be a better solution.
> > Tridge even wrote a bug tracking systems once. The problem is, our
> > development model doesn't match the bug-tracking model. We don't assign
> > priorities to bugs or bugs to coders. We each tackle the problems which
> > growl at us loudest and which we are most capable of taming.
> Ah...this is an excellent point. I'm not really worried about assigning
> priorities to bugs. I'm just tired of having to write. "Known
> bug in 2.X.X ...fixed in CVS" Users would appreciate this as well
> so they don;t spend time tracking down known issues.
How about tracking these bugs in a file/directory in CVS? Then we just
need a system somewhere (I could host this) which does regular CVS updates
so users can see what bugs have been found/fixed so far - and maybe
download a snapshot tarball too?
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