Jim Nasby wrote:
Ok, so what is it you need help with?

see previous discussion about what is required to keep a tracker system healthy. In particular:

. items appearing in other media need to be put in the tracker
. items entered in the tracker need to be regularly triaged, reviewed and updated.

Systems lacking this amount of TLC rapidly become useless, and in fact unused.

Also, if we are in fact going to use bz, there is probably some dev work that should be done to improve/extend its email functionality, to make it fit the way we do business better.



On Sep 18, 2006, at 1:24 AM, Joshua D. Drake wrote:

Jim C. Nasby wrote:
On Sun, Sep 17, 2006 at 12:32:13PM -0700, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
Tom proposed a modest roadmap type experiment a week or so ago. I'd like to see that pursued. After all, we know of some things that are at least at first cut stage for 8.3, and a few things high on may people's agenda. I'd also like to see some work done on using a tracker (for features as well as bugs). The rest of what's been talked about strikes me as wasted effort, to be honest. We seem to be running in a few directions which look like dead ends to me. Let's pick one or two strategically, and follow those instead.
There are a couple of people helping me with pgbugs.commandprompt.com. We could always use a couple more.
Sorry if I missed an email, but help doing what? Are we actively trying
to do something with that besides just play around with it (I'm already
pretty well-aware of bugzilla's capabilities...)

Well yes, we are trying to use it :). If it becomes useful enough, we hope that the project as a whole will move to it. If it isn't useful enough, then we can say "We have actually tried it for the project, it didn't work."

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