New beta (was: Addition to Ticket #1483843)

Martin Marques martin at bugs.unl.edu.ar
Tue Jul 4 16:30:11 CEST 2006


On Tue, 4 Jul 2006 15:55:40 +0200, Erik <erik at prikbord.org> wrote:
> 
> On Tue, 4 Jul 2006 10:34:15 -0300, Martin Marques <martin at bugs.unl.edu.ar>
> wrote:
>>
>> Yes, you are right, but as someone pointed out earlier today, things get
>> done faster when they are sent to the mailling list, contrary of just
>> adding a ticket. I had 2 tickets with patches that fixed the problem,
> and
>> one of them got commit (thanks rich on that) after I asked on this list
>> why it wasn't commit yet. Other things get done fast from the tickets.
> 
> These are two different things:
> 1) report problem
> 2) provide patch through mailing list and ask if it can be applied
> 
> And my opinion is that 2 cannot be done without 1, and then why not use
> tickets, as that is want they are ment for. And I prefer tickets as this
> provides some sort of documentation. Also to new users. For example,
> feature request which have been added and discussed on mailing list
> and then denied, don't get requested for a second time. These discussions
> and decisions then also have to be added to the wiki and documentation,
> so that it is clear to everyone what is being done and when (or why not).

My patches were attached to the ticket. I asked the list why they weren't commit, but patches were in the ticket. :-D

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