[pydotorg-www] project plan

Georg Brandl georg at python.org
Fri Apr 23 00:57:23 CEST 2010

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Am 23.04.2010 00:38, schrieb Michael Foord:
> On 23/04/2010 00:27, "Martin v. Löwis" wrote:
>> Richard Jones wrote:
>>> On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 6:30 AM, "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
>>>>> 6> Remove the need to login to file a bug.
>>>> Sorry, can't do that. We would be swamped with spam.
>>> There is a mechanism to avoid spam that might be appropriate here,
>>> though it requires some additional infrastructure:
>>> - "report an issue" on the website is a webmail form, sending to
>>> issues at python.org (which is also available as a direct email contact)
>>> - that address goes to an IMAP folder (gmail?) where spam may be
>>> filtered and immediate issues resolved without involving the tracker
>>> (ie. "I can't figure how to download Python")
>>> - messages appropriate for the tracker are moved to a "tracker" IMAP folder
>>> - Roundup fetches messages from just the "tracker" IMAP folder
>> But that would require regular triage, right?
>> I don't think we can find volunteers for that. We can't even do triage
>> on the bug reports that we do get.
> Actually bug report triage is very good now. We have a *few* committed
> volunteers who do it (a relatively recent development - in particular
> Taggnostr, flox, Haypo, Brian Curtin, David R. Murray and Giampaolo
> Rodola - sorry for the IRC handles). They ensure new bug reports are
> closed promptly if possible or assigned to the correct person. I don't
> recall us ever being in better shape from this perspective.

I agree.  I think we could at least try allowing anonymous reports for
a testing period.

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