Python to use a non open source bug tracker?

Giovanni Bajo noway at sorry.com
Sat Oct 7 18:28:44 CEST 2006


Steve Holden wrote:

>> I understand your concerns, but I have to remember you that most bug
>> reports submitted by users go totally ignored for several years, or,
>> better, forever. I do not have a correct statistic for this, but I'm
>> confident that at least 80% of the RFE or patches filed every week
>> is totally ignored, and probably at least 50% of the bugs too. I
>> think there is a much bigger problem here wrt QOS.
>>
>> So, you might prefer 6-10 people to activate a new tracker account
>> faster than light. I'd rather have 3-days delay in administrative
>> issues because our single administrator is sleeping or whatever, and
>> then have 2-3 people doing regular bug processing.
>
> ... and if wishes were horses then beggars would ride.

Are you ever going to try and make a point which is not "you are not entitled
to have opinions because you do not act"? Your sarcasm is getting annoying. And
since I'm not trolling nor flaming, I think I deserve a little bit more of
respect.
-- 
Giovanni Bajo





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