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Re: Why are so many great packages not trying to get included in GNU Ema

From: Konstantin Kharlamov
Subject: Re: Why are so many great packages not trying to get included in GNU Emacs? WAS: Re: Making Emacs more friendly to newcomers
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2020 11:58:37 +0300
User-agent: Evolution 3.36.3

On Wed, 2020-06-17 at 05:58 +0200, Ricardo Wurmus wrote:
> Konstantin Kharlamov <hi-angel@yandex.ru> writes:
> > 5. As a contributor, when I stumble upon a bug I could fix in
> > software, first thing I usually do is go check it is not fixed in
> > latest code and that there's no pending merge/pull requests that seem
> > to fix that same thing. So, for example, I want to see pending
> > patchsets to python-mode, can I do that with Emacs
> > "bug-patch-tracker"? No, with debbugs.gnu.org you can either find
> > pending patchsets, or you can make a text search, but over everything:
> > bugs, patchsets, closed or not…
> For the Guix project I wrote Mumi[1], an alternative web frontend to
> Debbugs, which can be seen here:
>     https://issues.guix.gnu.org
> The idea was to provide something that’s reminiscent of the Github
> experience without abandoning what’s great about the mail-based
> workflow.

Cool, it looks very nice!

> The official Debbugs web interface also allows you to filter by
> submissions with patches and by status, though it may not be easily
> discoverable how to do that.

Oh, right, I stand corrected: the "advanced text search" has also a button
called "add attribute", where you can type Bug Title → Includes String →

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