Neil Conway wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-12-10 at 21:16 -0500, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Not sure what else can be done to improve this process.
> I think the barrier to adding new TODO entries or modifying existing
> ones is too high. While it's great that Bruce maintains the list, the
> inevitable result is that the list tends to reflect the discussions and
> features that the TODO list maintainer thinks are interesting.
I really try not to interject my opinion into the TODO entry, though I
did in this case to try and make it more general, and messed it up.
Is there any valid TODO here?
I could put the URL in the TODO entry but it would be pretty ugly and
often the email thread rambles all over, so my summary is more a summary
of the conclusions.
I would like other developers to add/modify the todo list. The master
is the text file, and I generate the HTML so the web team can pull the
HTML for our web site. If you modify just the text file, I will see the
commit and update the HTML, and if you want my scripts, I can send them
Also, if I post the summary of the TODO added (to the list and the
committers list), please comment if the item can be improved. I get
very little feedback on items I add, and I am not sure why.
A wiki seems like a change for the worse because instead of having a few
incorrect entries, we will have tons.
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