With the invaluable help of Anthon Pang, the
following changes have been made to our bug tracker
1. All issues that were open on the old sf.net trackers
(both bug reports and feature requests) have been
transferred to the new tracker.
2. An anonymous account has been enabled so that
one can view all items on the tracker without
having an account and having to log in.
Any changes or postings (even a note) still requires
Now that we added about 50 bug reports and 70 feature
requests, some housekeeping is in order. Apart from the
obvious marking of the dupes and such, we should work
out the policy of what to do with 2.0.x bugs.
I personally am in favor of closing 2.0.x reports.
The 2.2.x is in its third release with more coming soon.
We are not going to work on 2.0.x bugs anyway, so what's
the point of keeping those reports?
The only thing to watch out for is the 2.0.x reports
that are still relevant for 2.2.x.
Anything I missed?
Alexander Roitman http://www.gramps-project.org
On Fri, 08 Dec 2006 15:40:09 -0800
Alex Roitman <shura@...> wrote:
> The only thing to watch out for is the 2.0.x reports
> that are still relevant for 2.2.x.
> Anything I missed?
I would suggest that, for the time being, "fatal" bugs be kept for
the 2.0.x series. By fatal I mean ones that cause a crash, or loss of
 For a yet to be determined value of "for the time being".
/ ) "The blindingly obvious is
/ _)rad never immediately apparent"
Now would I say something that wasn't true?
Would I Lie To You - Eurythmics
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