I think it is somewhat amazing that the community process has degraded to the 
point of requiring strong feelings against the vague propositions of a single 
community member in order to stop a major change.

Not a single word about benefits, pros and cons, what is the point of asking 
about strong feelings? 

I have strong feelings that more than a passing comment is required before 
anything like this is done. 

tom jackson

On Wednesday 29 August 2007 21:16, Dossy Shiobara wrote:
> Hi,
> After looking more closely at Trac [1], I'm really thinking it might be a
> good idea to use it to manage the AOLserver project.  Does anyone have
> any strong feelings about this, particularly against it?
> If not, I'll go ahead and set it up this week.
> -- Dossy
> [1] http://trac.edgewall.org/

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