[mythtv] Bug Tracking
quintesse at palacio-cristal.com
Sat Jul 26 17:13:10 EDT 2003
It's not that it's bad but that probably also because there a very few
people actively developing.
The reason I made my suggestion because Isaac brought up a couple of
modules that could use some help and some of us didn't even know the
code existed let alone it needed some more work. A list with
bugs/requests/features could be of use for people have some time to
spend on the project.
Lonny Selinger wrote:
>>There isn't as far as I know so I suggested we make one a couple of
>>ago but up to know I've gotten no response yet from Isaac who would
>>probably be the best person to manage such a list.
>>Any comments Isaac? I still think such a list would be a good idea.
>The only reason I asked is because I'd like to help out if possible
>but I work on a few different projects and for me, having a forum
>where bugs are tracked and responded to, requests for features etc
>makes a nice unified place for dev and user. It's also a nice place to
>keep progress for fixes to prevent excessive redundant emails (of
>which I'm guilty) regarding things that have been resolved rather then
>reading entire threads, although sometimes the thread is necessary to
>keep things in context.
>Anyway like I said I was just wondering ... if the current system is
>working for all the developers it can't be all that bad as the project
>seems to progress steadily.
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