Python to use a non open source bug tracker?
steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Oct 5 08:22:07 CEST 2006
Fredrik Lundh wrote:
> Steve Holden wrote:
>>>you're not on the infrastructure list, I hear. python.org could still need a
>>>few more roundup volunteers, but it's not like nobody's prepared to con-
>>>tribute manhours. don't underestimate the community.
>>No, I'm not on the infrastructure list, but I know that capable people
>>*are*: and you know I am quite capable of donating my time to the cause,
>>when I have it to spare (and sometimes even when I don't).
> what I was trying to say (between the lines) was that not only have
> the people on that list worked hard to do the evaluation (not to mention
> all the developers around the world that has worked even harder to set
> up test trackers), there's also been a good community response to the
> committee's call for "6-10 volunteers".
Excellent. I've just complained elsewhere in this thread that those
dissenting didn't appear to want to rectify the situation by offering
their time. It would be nice to be wrong about that.
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