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Re: A Hurd release

From: Rian Hunter
Subject: Re: A Hurd release
Date: Sat, 08 Jan 2005 14:16:59 -0500

On Fri, 2005-01-07 at 10:25, Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
>    I don't ask you to change the way you work, but to consider
>    participating (at times) in something you reject to participate in.
>    And nothing of this is for the sake of Savannah, but for the sake of
>    this project.
> My bug reports have a better track record of getting fixed then any of
> the stuff on Savannah.  So for the sake of the project, people should
> stop using the bug tracker.

If the topic of how well the bug database works can go on for this long,
I feel like this may be another hurdle (haha) in the HURD's development.

To the maintainers and large contributors: Would using another bug
database system that is equally usable to the group be worth
considering? I think everyone that contributes is dedicated enough to
compromise in this respect.

Many volunteer free software projects highly benefit from an effective
bug database, especially when there is a large user-base. The speed at
which a bug is discovered, and widely known as closed seems to be
important. The whole world knows this though.

Thanks for reading!

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