Python to use a non open source bug tracker?
Fri Oct 6 10:40:32 CEST 2006
"Giovanni Bajo" <noway at sorry.com> writes:
> Are bug-tracker configuration issues so critical that having to wait
> 48-72hrs to have them fixed is absolutely unacceptable for Python
> development? It looks like an overexaggeration. People easily cope
> with 2-3 days of SVN freezing, when they are politically (rather
> than technically) stopped from committing to SVN. I guess they can
> wait 48 hrs to be able to close that bug, or open that other one, or
> run that query.
How often should a tracker freeze anyway? People with no technical
knowledge at all run BBS systems that almost never freeze. Is a
tracker somehow more failure-prone? It's just a special purpose BBS,
I'd have thought.
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