On 9/1/06, Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I pummelled Jonah over the recursive query patch.
He did. Trust me on this... think I still have some bruises too :)
Neither effort was very fruitful, but tracking wasn't what made them fail. I am not saying tracking is wrong, but rather tracking would not have helped make these things happen faster.
This is correct. I just had too much stuff to do and there wasn't enough time to get the hierarchical query patch worthy of someone spending their time on a review. IMHO, tracking occasionally is alright. However, as a developer, being "pummelled" does sometimes get irritating; even to the point that I will sometimes discontinue working on something because it's too much of a hassle for me to spend my free-time on. Though, this was not the case for hierarchical queries at all; that really was due to a lack of time. There's got to be a "happy medium" in which we can keep our status updated without it becoming an irritation. Has anyone looked at something like dotProject? It may be something we could use for development. Of course, there's lots of other tools... but it would be nice if we had a central location for each task's status so that we don't have to resort to searching email and/or archives. -- Jonah H. Harris, Software Architect | phone: 732.331.1300 EnterpriseDB Corporation | fax: 732.331.1301 33 Wood Ave S, 2nd Floor | [EMAIL PROTECTED] Iselin, New Jersey 08830 | http://www.enterprisedb.com/ ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 2: Don't 'kill -9' the postmaster