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From Mark Thomas <>
Subject Re: Voting for issues.
Date Fri, 03 Sep 2010 08:42:39 GMT
On 03/09/2010 08:56, Wesley Acheson wrote:
>> I don't recall it ever being used very much (by users or by committers)
>> so I disabled it for the newer projects.
> Okay fair enough. Would the best process for suggesting changes be to raise
> a discussion on the users list?  Suggestions that outside the users ability
> to patch.

I'd say requirements discussions belong on the users list. How to
implement them belongs on the dev list. It will never be that black and
white but a little cross-over isn't an issue. I'd suggest leaning
towards the users list if you are unsure.

> Oh and there is no way to register interest in something that's already
> there?

There will be in about 5 minutes.

> I saw someone had a patch to salt passwords and even though we bypass the
> tomcat authentication mechanisms at work I think security is a worthwhile
> effort so I wanted to vote on that.

I'll turn voting back on for the Tomcat projects where it is currently
disabled and we can see how much use it gets. The only 'cost' is mails
to the dev list when someone votes.


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