On 4/10/14, 10:44 AM, Andrej Mitrovic wrote:
On 4/8/14, Andrei Alexandrescu <seewebsiteforem...@erdani.org> wrote:
Btw, w.r.t. #2:
W.B.: I've had to learn how to manage a project where people are all
volunteers. Since I don't pay anybody anything, I can't tell anybody to do
As a contributor I take a different stance here. When Andrei/Walter or
someone from the "higher ranks" asks me about working on a specific
feature or pull I'll be ready to jump on it as soon as possible. To me
the issue was never about finding what to work on, but prioritizing
So I wouldn't necessarily say that requesting someone to work on
something would look bad or be perceived as wanting that someone to do
work for free. I think there's plenty of us here who are eager to work
I know Andrei said he already tried to ask some members of the
community to work on some issues, to no avail. I don't know which
issues they were though, but if I'm involved in any of them just ping
me and I'll jump to work ASAP.
My request for bug prioritization isn't new: regressions, blockers, and majors -- in that order.
The number of open bugs that fall into those three severity levels is depressing.