On 01/07/2016 10:30 AM, Jeff Janes wrote:
> I don't completely agree with that. I have often wanted to know when
> a specific item was added to the TODO page, and/or its individual edit
> history. With only a unified history of the entire TODO page, and
> with no wiki equivalent of "git blame", figuring this out is extremely
> tedious. A tracker would precisely solve this problem, if nothing
> else. And when I edit the wiki and forget to make a coherent edit
> summary, there is no way to fix that, while presumably an issue
> tracker would be more tolerant of people's imperfections.
Yeah, we could also get rid of this conversation:
"Here's a patch for X, which is on the TODO list"
"Oh, we've obsolesced that, that was added to the TODO before we had Y"
... by auto-closing TODO items at a certain age.
Red Hat OSAS
(opinions are my own)
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