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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Re: state of the bugdb
Date Tue, 10 Apr 2001 04:58:40 GMT
Ok, so I'm going to assume that no one else is working on this or knows
that anyone is, and I'll see if I can find the time and motivation to
start doing something.

For now, "something" is just defining what we need and throwing it out for

On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, Marc Slemko wrote:

> I think everyone agrees gnats is a PITA and lacks many of the features we
> could really really really really really use in a bugs/issue tracking
> system.
> Right now, most committers ignore it most of the time.  Can't blame 'em,
> because it sucks and isn't much use for a lot of things.
> Attempts were made to move forward before, but didn't end up going
> anywhere.  One of them was the bugzilla debacle.  
> Is anyone currently working on doing something about this and, if so, what
> is the state of the efforts?
> If not, I think I could try to convince myself to drive an effort to
> figure out what we need, and how we can obtain it.  There is also the
> issue of other projects and what the ASF can do to provide and coordinate
> things like this across projects... but right now, it may be easier to
> start here.

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