thisdyingdream at gmail.com
Wed Nov 15 14:06:49 GMT 2006
Isn't the definition of spec something along the lines of "something I would
like to see in the next distribution"? Or do you really want every user out
there to start filing every feature request there? Specs are for planning
and implementing features...
On 11/15/06, Forest Bond <forest at alittletooquiet.net> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 14, 2006 at 03:47:00PM -0800, Constantine Evans wrote:
> > Forest Bond wrote:
> > >These issues look like they may be better handled by filing bugs
> against the
> > >bash package on launchpad.
> > Will anyone actually look at these bugs though? There are quite a few
> > old bugs in vim that are requests for configuration enhancements, and
> > there aren't nearly enough people looking at them to actually make a
> > decision.
> Well, that's a different problem, and one that also needs solving. Based
> what you've said, I remain unconvinced that there is a relatively large
> horde of
> spec reviewers that will quickly deal with the collection of should-be bug
> reports inappropriately crammed into a spec on the wiki.
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