bug tracking

I think it might be good to actually start using sourceforge's bug
tracking system, since I find it easy to fall behind. I have been
using a combination of mailing list and a TODO file, but I think it
might be better to report bugs ourself on the site, and encourage
users to do so after they've posted to the site and we've determined
that it is a non-trivial bug. For trivial bugs, it suffices to fix
them and forget them, but it would be nice to have a place to point
people for status on the longer term, pesky bugs (axes aspect ratio,
for example). Also, a recent hard-drive crash with some unbacked up
email and notes have convinced me that my computer may not be the
ideal place to manage bugs.

Also, the ability to assign bugs to other people (you!) would be quite
nice for me :slight_smile:

What do you think?

JDH

I think it is a good idea too.

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On Apr 28, 2005, at 10:03 AM, John Hunter wrote:

I think it might be good to actually start using sourceforge's bug
tracking system, since I find it easy to fall behind. I have been
using a combination of mailing list and a TODO file, but I think it
might be better to report bugs ourself on the site, and encourage
users to do so after they've posted to the site and we've determined
that it is a non-trivial bug. For trivial bugs, it suffices to fix
them and forget them, but it would be nice to have a place to point
people for status on the longer term, pesky bugs (axes aspect ratio,
for example). Also, a recent hard-drive crash with some unbacked up
email and notes have convinced me that my computer may not be the
ideal place to manage bugs.

Also, the ability to assign bugs to other people (you!) would be quite
nice for me :slight_smile:

What do you think?

JDH

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I think it might be good to actually start using sourceforge's bug
tracking system, since I find it easy to fall behind.

[...]

Also, the ability to assign bugs to other people (you!) would be quite
nice for me :slight_smile:

What do you think?

I also think its a good idea. Although, I enjoy interacting with the users and
devs, and hope that won't change too much.

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On Thursday 28 April 2005 10:03 am, John Hunter wrote:

And the same about patches?
I like SF tracker.
It has "Send email on new submission to" option.
Perhaps it would be a good idea to send e-mail to devel list?

Marcin

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On Thu, 28 Apr 2005, John Hunter wrote:

I think it might be good to actually start using sourceforge's bug
tracking system, since I find it easy to fall behind. I have been

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