Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
> >> In Debian's bug tracking system, when the bug is created (which is done
> >> by sending an email to a certain address) it gets a number, and the
> >> email is distributed to certain lists. People can then reply to that
> >> mail, and send messages to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and it gets tracked in
> >> the bug, and you can see all those messages in the bug report. I
> >> ass-ume that BZ 3.0 does something similar.
> > But often a TODO item has multiple threads containing details (often
> > months apart), and it isn't obvious at the time the thread is started
> > that this will happen. Note the number of TODO items that now have
> > multiple URLs. How is that handled?
> Well you can certainly merge tickets, but one of the ideas would be to
> help stop that :)...
> Hey what about foo... oh we discussed that *here*...
Our thought process is not linear --- often an item changes as our
surrounding code changes too. The multiple URLs are not because no one
knows about the previous discussion.
Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> http://momjian.us
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