On 10/14/2016 05:12 AM, Mathias Lang via Digitalmars-d wrote:
I've been doing a bit of triaging when I got time, trying to get rid of
old bugs / duplicated.

It's usually easy to confirm a bug if there's a minimal code example, in
which case you can just close it. The enhancement requests, however,
nobody but a bunch of people in the core team can get rid of them,
because they require a decision to be made. So unless there was a
discussion where you or Walter agreed on it (like for deprecating comma
operator or implicit string concatenation), they just sit there forever.

Eventually, with the new DIP process, we could gradually get rid of them
by pointing the author to the DIP repo, then let him/her close the bug
as he ACK the notification, or do it after a certain time. What do you
think ?

Yes, I've already closed a few enhancement requests (such as overhauling the syntax of templates) suggesting they are pursued as DIPs. I'll do more of that in the future, for now I'm focused on bootcamping select issues. If you could lend a hand, please to! -- Andrei

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