[pydotorg-www] Process improvement to reduce bug triaging errors

Georg Brandl georg at python.org
Sat Apr 24 18:21:36 CEST 2010

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Am 24.04.2010 16:58, schrieb Aahz:
> On Sat, Apr 24, 2010, anatoly techtonik wrote:
>> I have an issue reported two years ago [1]. It was rejected and now I
>> see commit that does what I proposed then. The status is still
>> rejected. How do I feel about it? Positive, because it is finally done
>> (even partially). Negative, because I've waited for 2 years and didn't
>> receive any feedback finally. I don't blame Martin or Georg, because
>> they do much work for the Python and have more chances to realize the
>> human right for an error here. Thing to consider for process
>> improvement is how to reduce such errors? Most people are more polite
>> than me to complain, so while I sticking here, they may be bounced
>> away long ago.
> This is not particularly relevant to pydotorg-www.  Why are you bringing
> it up here?  If we start sprawling the discussion to all parts of the
> Python development process and community, we won't have enough focus to
> get work done.  I suggest that you move comments like this to
> python-dev.

Or tracker-discuss, the list I was under the impression this post was on,
because I had read the wrong line in the email list entry.  Sorry for that.

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