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Re: To-do lists

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: To-do lists
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 22:15:51 +0100
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Nikita Karetnikov <address@hidden> skribis:

>> That is what I do. But I am not fond of pushing packages for which I
>> would still like to add more inputs; it is possible to push
>> libextractor without lots of optional dependencies. This is what my
>> proposed patch for vorbis-tools does, there is a FIXME explaining
>> which inputs are missing. But then there is a higher risk of
>> forgetting to add them.
> I suggest to announce such things on the list.

Yes, but that’s inconvenient.  Typically, I’m likely to have forgotten
what others are doing by the time I actually start packaging something.

>>> Or maybe we should use an Org file somewhere, or a wiki, or some sort of
>>> locally-hosted Web 2.0 task management thing.
> Can Savannah be used?

Could be, though it’s really inconvenient (heavyweight, browser-only).

>> Anything would be fine for me as long as it is easy. Maybe a wiki
>> would be easiest for the time being.
> I guess that the easiest thing is to stick with this list.

You mean this /mailing/ list?


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