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From Per Einar Ellefsen <per.ei...@skynet.be>
Subject Re: cvs commit: modperl-docs TODO
Date Mon, 01 Jul 2002 10:36:49 GMT
At 12:22 01.07.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>pereinar@apache.org wrote:
>>pereinar    2002/07/01 02:08:03
>>   Modified:    .        TODO
>>   Log:
>>   ??? -> date during site migration.
>>
>>   Revision  Changes    Path
>>   1.74      +3 -1      modperl-docs/TODO
>>
>>   Index: TODO
>>   ===================================================================
>>   RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-docs/TODO,v
>>   retrieving revision 1.73
>>   retrieving revision 1.74
>>   diff -u -r1.73 -r1.74
>>   --- TODO      30 Jun 2002 18:24:08 -0000      1.73
>>   +++ TODO      1 Jul 2002 09:08:02 -0000       1.74
>>   @@ -146,6 +146,8 @@
>>    - get Apache team to link to correct place at
>>      http://httpd.apache.org/userslist.html
>>
>>   +- set all "???" in Changes to the correct date.
>>   +
>>    ====================================================================
>
>not sure about this one, one on side the moment you "fix" it you need to 
>start a new section with "???" again, so what's the gain?
>
>the shifting date is there so we don't have to create gazillions 
>timestamps. Simply close the Changes section when you feel like it (e.g. 
>after 3-4 months of changes, if there are just a few, or when there are 
>many changes), but the above TODO entry seems to be like a bad idea to me.

Well, we do have to have milestones at *some* points. And atleast when we 
close them down at release time, there won't be any "???" for a moment, 
until the next set of changes.

Generally though, I wish we had a better solution than undefined timestamps.


-- 
Per Einar Ellefsen
per.einar@skynet.be



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