[Python-Dev] memory leaks in 2.2
06 Dec 2001 08:42:23 -0500
"Martin v. Loewis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > It's hard. Bugzilla has some good features there w.r.t. "unverified"
> > vs. "new" vs. "accepted" and "fixed" vs "resolved", QA contacts, keyword
> > handling for milestone/release targets, etc. I'm not sure how the SF
> > bugtracker compares in practice but from a distance it seems a little
> > weak there.
> SF recommends to use the Group for "unsupported",
> "unverified". Unfortunately, the filtering capabilities leave a lot of
Is roundup usable yet? I played with it a bit yesterday, but I'm not
really sure what's needed. It would have the advantage that if it
didn't do something we needed, we could probably club it into doing it
I never disputed the Perl hacking skill of the Slashdot creators.
My objections are to the editors' taste, the site's ugly visual
design, and the Slashdot community's raging stupidity.