"Trac does not send email unless you list the address in the CC
field": update wiki?
pipping at macports.org
Tue Mar 20 11:15:16 PDT 2007
There's basically these kinds of tickets out there
* general Macports-base-related tickets
* minor annoyances
* major feature requests
* ports-related tickets
* new ports
* requests for new variants/changes to the port
minor annoyances (mp 1.4) and major feature requests (mp 1.5) are
already milestones - that's quite alright.
bugs, updates and feature-/variant-requests are all thrown together
into available ports whereas new ports have a separate milestone.
that should be changed, i believe. maybe four milestones for that is
too many, maybe not.
On Mar 20, 2007, at 8:38 AM, Juan Manuel Palacios wrote:
> On Mar 19, 2007, at 4:38 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> That explains the delay in the review of the tickets that I've
>>> submitted; thanks to Elias Pipping for trawling through them :-)
>>> Could the wiki be updated appropriately?
>> Did it! Thanks for reminding me.
> Hello Ryan! Could I please ask you to amend the TracTicketing Wiki
> entry again to list the new "Available Ports" & "New Ports"
> milestones in our roadmap? They still need polishing and I've
> called for feedback on them and on any new potential milestones
> developers and/or users might find appropriate, but my current idea
> is to keep a balance between enough milestones to allow for proper
> classification of our tickets but not too many to not spread things
> too thin (thus making it easy to get lost while searching for
> stuff). I'm thinking combining those two milestones with proper
> ticket "Short Summary" prefixes might work quite well:
> "NEW:" A new port submission
> These tickets would naturally fall into the "New Ports" milestone,
> so that particular prefix might be a bit unnecessary now;
> "BUG:" A problem - a port is not installing functioning as intended.
> "UPDATE:" A port update patch submission
> "RFE:" A request for enhancement - updates, new ports, or
> suggestions for how you'd like a port modified.
> All these tickets would be assigned to the "Existing Ports"
> milestone, so maybe these prefixes might still come in handy.
> Thanks in advance for your help! Regards,...
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