Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven wrote:
-On [20080218 13:38], Virgil Dupras (email@example.com) wrote:
Personally, I think that a bug tracker is a good place to keep RFE, not a PEP. I think that the PEP would tend to be cluttered with RFE nobody cares about forever. So the clutter can never be cleaned unless someone takes the responsibility to mercilessly remove them.
A bug tracker is a much better way of registering such information. It also can be easier referenced in the future since even though when it is closed, the debate and other stuff will remain in the tracker's tickets for posterity. :)
PEP: -1 tracker: +1
I agree. Then we can set some status/keyword when the subject of a RFE is accepted by core developers, saying "if someone proposes a patch, it has a chance to be reviewed and applied". It may incite occasional contributors to work on some of these tasks, confident that their work will not be thrown away in two seconds.