[Pharo-project] Not happy with the issues feed from Google
laurent.laffont at gmail.com
Fri Nov 19 20:52:58 CET 2010
I like having issues on mailing-list as I can see what are the current
I would like the status in the subject (new / accepted / fixed /...)
On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 7:30 PM, Igor Stasenko <siguctua at gmail.com> wrote:
> i don't read all mails, but at least by seeing in subject, i have an
> idea that there are some activity around some issue.
> Also, in case if something attracts my attention, where i feel i can
> be helpful, i can easy click on message and read it.
> In contrast, when all tracker activity is hidden inside issue tracker,
> i have no chances to be aware who doing what and
> what problem is attacked by people, unless i cc-ed to this issue as well.
> 'Tracking' tracker by manually inspecting every single issue is time sink.
> So, i think couple of extra lines in mails list worth it, because it
> helps to people to be aware of what others do.
> Of course i'm not happy with it as well.
> Most messages are not quite informative , but its up to those who
> posting them: make posts more elaborate , so others could understand
> what is it about, where the problem etc etc.
> On 18 November 2010 19:33, Stéphane Ducasse <stephane.ducasse at inria.fr>
> > +1
> > Sorry guys this is not optimal but after been against when I see it in
> squeak, I'm in favor because it
> > helps understanding what is happening.
> > Sorry to be blunt but
> > ****YOU**** yes you guys do not look at the bug or bug fixes in general.
> > So often ME myself and I, have to send email about point from the archive
> to the mailing-list.
> > Often I do not even see that a bug has been posted and YES I have 5 rss
> feed and I read them all.
> > What is the last time you read the bug archives to see what is happening
> > So if you do not read the archive then how can you help? how can we make
> sure that people are aware?
> > What is the last time you look at the code of the fixes that got
> integrated? Because if you do not read
> > it how can we do quality control? So if I could I would send the diff of
> all the package in the mailing-lits as this is done in squeak.
> > Now what we can do to please some of you so far 4, we could create a
> mailing-list where such mails would be sent.
> > But let us see so far who is really against.
> > Stef
> >> Remember that most email client support filters. You can easily create
> >> Cheers
> >> Mariano
> Best regards,
> Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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