Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: question about tracker e mails to the list
Re: question about tracker e mails to the list
From: alex wallis <alexwallis646_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2008 02:33:18 +0100
> Bug reports represent work done incorrectly, or work done that has broken
> something. Basically, something that is the fault of developers and needs
> resolving. Patches represent work done by someone else, so in many cases
> it's just a matter of developer review and decision making.
> Feature requests, on the other hand, represent work entirely undone and
> often special case or undesired by many developers. In general, feature
> requests will be considered much, much, much lower priority than bugs and
> patches. Reminders for Bugs/Patches are like saying "C'mon guys, we really
> should be doing something about these." You can't really say that in the
> same tone about feature requests, they really just don't matter in the
> same way.
Fair point, it was just an idea, I take your argument on board. Even so
though, maybe it might be an idea to do a feature request e mail once a
month or every 2 months, as there are a lot of requests, and some people
might not go through the hole request tracker and a new dev might have come
a long in between the e mailing of one report and the next. But I can see
where your coming from.
Received on 2008-06-21