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Re: One possible bug-tracking system.

From: Luc Teirlinck
Subject: Re: One possible bug-tracking system.
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 14:39:59 -0500 (CDT)

Karl Fogel wrote:

   Of course, all this is easy to say.  Who's going to code it?  I am too
   swamped right now to do it :-(.

And I am convinced that any time I can devote to Emacs right now is
better spent updating and checking the Elisp manual, as well as other
documentation, and fixing bugs (rather than tracking them).

We are in a feature freeze right now.  A bug tracker seems to have
nothing to do with getting ready for the next release.  We are not
going to get rid of every single bug before the next release.  Would
be nice, but it is not going to happen.  Maybe there are a few bugs
that are so major that they _need_ to be taken care of before the next
release.  They can be listed in the etc/FOR-RELEASE file that Richard
is going to create.  Can we not have a discussion about the long term
need for a bug tracker and which form that should have _after_ the



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