[tex-live] New infrastructure: Question and patch

Robin Fairbairns Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Sun Jul 29 12:33:33 CEST 2007

Norbert Preining <preining at logic.at> wrote:

> On Son, 29 Jul 2007, Martin Schröder wrote:
> > One central place for tracking these things, instead of them being
> > buried in many threads (with obscure subjects) in a mailing list.
> I agree, I would like to have a tracker *ONLY* accessible (writeable)
> for us developers. I always forgot what I want to do, or keep it in some
> TODO file burried.

you're as bad as me...

> OTOH a public BTS as Debian is too much, because we will be burried with
> requests from users, which I sometimes don't want.
> So I would opt for a quasi-private tracker where I could add stuff for
> my own reminders.

fwiw, we get almost no content in the messages sent to the latex bugs
reporter.  either they're saying "you ought to do this" (incompatible
change) or they're saying "this fundamental restriction is a bug".

if we didn't file all of these things, we would seldom add more than one
external to the tracker, per year.


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