[Tracker-discuss] Ready for Prime Time?
brett at python.org
Tue Jan 30 01:49:43 CET 2007
On 1/29/07, Paul Dubois <pfdubois at gmail.com> wrote:
> It is completely our choice who can change the keywords associated with an
> issue. Similar to nosy lists, it is probably best not to be restrictive,
> allowing anyone who can post an update (ie, in our case a logged-in user) to
> do so.
Yeah, this would be good. Sometimes people find a bug who are not the
OP and write up a patch. If they could just attach it to the bug that
would be great. Just as long as there is a way to flag that an issue
has a patch and not just some log output or canonical bug example.
> There was a discussion on this topic that I think came to a conclusion
> although I don't know what it was; I thought it was that we would create
> appropriate keyword(s).
I don't remember either. =) Probably a keyword since that makes the
> This should NOT be a showstopper in that whatever the scheme it should not
> take me much time to modify the weekly reporter appropriately, once I know
> the scheme. If in a worst case I missed a week or two the sky would not
> fall. The basic report works now.
I think Martin means it is a showstopper if we don't have a way to
mark items as containing a patch, not for your email summary, Paul.
It is a rather critical thing to be able to get a list of all
> On 1/29/07, Brett Cannon <brett at python.org> wrote:
> > On 1/29/07, "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
> > > Paul Dubois schrieb:
> > > > I volunteer to be the person who fixes account problems, emails, etc.
> > > > am off 5 days a week so I think I can get it done faster than most of
> > > > you. I'm for letting it rip.
> > > >
> > > > I never got an answer to the question of how the patches would be
> > > > so that I can make that report on the weekly.
> > >
> > > I think this still is a show-stopper.
> > >
> > Agreed.
> > Should we have a 'patch' keyword? Don't remember if anyone logged in
> > can change the keywords, though, let alone attach a file to an issue.
> > -Brett
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