On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 06:27:13PM +0000, Harry Rickards wrote:
Is there any system that lists who's currently working on what, so
duplicate work is not performed (e.g a new version of package x comes
out, person a and person b are both working on it and end up
duplicating each others work)? If not, does anyone else think setting
up something (maybe with etherpad or similar) is a good idea?


I don't know etherpad, but would generally prefer to stick to common (to Debian) tools: RFP bugreports, and if that's not enough then a wiki page at wiki.debian.org.


 - Jonas

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