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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Track feature requests in bugzilla? (was Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10203] - Docs referenced by XSLT's document() are not included in cache validity)
Date Thu, 09 Oct 2003 12:33:13 GMT

On Thursday, Oct 9, 2003, at 12:01 Europe/Rome, Bertrand Delacretaz 
wrote:

> Le Jeudi, 9 oct 2003, à 11:42 Europe/Zurich, Bruno Dumon a écrit :
>> ...I agree it's a feature request and added it to the wiki page. 
>> However,
>> can't we use bugzilla also to track (serious) feature requests? There
>> are a couple of other "enhancement" requests in there, should we also
>> close them and add them to the wiki page?
>
> We created 
> http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=CocoonFeatureRequests Monday 
> in the frenzy of the Hackathon, but IMHO (and in retrospect) having 
> them in Bugzilla makes more sense.
>
> The Wiki page can then explain how we handle them and include a 
> bugzilla link to the list of currently open feature requests.
>
> We have to be clear on how we separate them from bugs though, I think 
> feature requests should all have priority=Enhancment, is that ok? And 
> what about [PATCH]es?

I'm sorry, but I hate bugzilla enough, we should try to reduce its use 
rather than increase it. it's usability is terrible, it's a punch in 
the face everytime you try to do something.

the wiki is much friendlier and feature requests are not something that 
requires lots of structure (rather the opposite).

also, i don't want to do conversations over bugzilla, it's painful and 
removes the ability to estimate people relationships (think agora)

--
Stefano.


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