It seems some people like the authoritative TODO list, and others want a
TODO wiki that they can add stuff to without having to get community
buy-in.  I have trouble seeing how the wiki doesn't just end up being a
blog of ideas, but I see no harm in it as long as it is clear the items
haven't passed community review.

I think it is a combination of the two. A wiki could be used to discuss ideas for todos, it could be used to describe TODOs in actual detail, it could used (in conjunction with Trac) to be able to document dependecies for todos... etc.

Joshua D. Drake


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