[Python-Dev] Summary of Tracker Issues
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Sat May 19 04:50:47 CEST 2007
Terry Reedy writes:
> Why not simply embargo any post with an off-site link? Tho there might
> have been some, I can't remember a single example of such at SF.
Fine by me; if it doesn't happen often, then embargoing them would be
fine. My occasional experience with distro reporting processes shows
that they happen a fair amount there (often as a reference to an
upstream or downstream bug report). The major ones can probably be
special-cased easily as needed.
> I don't get [the short preview idea], but it sounds like more work
> than simple embargo.
It would be. It is a use-case that according to your explanation
doesn't apply to Python's tracker, so a YAGNI until proved otherwise.
> I think html attachments should also be embargoed (I believe this is what I
> saw a couple of months ago.) And perhaps the account uploading an html
Sounds OK to me, except that there are some modules that handle HTML
(and XML? can that be practically distinguished from HTML?), and I
would suppose people would want upload examples and test cases.
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