Hi,

I agree. I think that we'd be well served by trying to implement the best of the suggestions made by the users. It will show we're responsive to their needs and help increase our user base.

Ray

Eric Lavarde - FreeMind wrote:
Hi,

Dan Polansky said:
  
I think it unrealistic to want to implement all or even most of the
feature
requests,
unless some developer wants to serve the user community instead of
implementing
the features most interesting to him or her. I personally was always
implementing
my favorite features, in the way that I preferred, and only some of the
obvious,
low-effort features requested by others. Some of the requests are pretty
outlandish
anyway.
    
It sounds to me like you're suggesting to remove the Enhancement Requests
tracker?
Anyway, it's not about implementing everything, if requests are too
outlandish, they can be closed with a polite explanation. I also think
that many of the requested features have been implemented, they've just
not been closed. And, last, with more active developers, we would cover a
broader band of interests, perhaps so much that we cover 80% of the
enhancement requests. Would be already a great improvement...

Cheers, Eric