Dear Fedora board, please open your trac
christoph.wickert at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 11 23:20:59 UTC 2011
Am Dienstag, den 11.01.2011, 10:32 -0800 schrieb Jesse Keating:
> On 1/11/11 10:29 AM, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> > Am Dienstag, den 11.01.2011, 10:07 -0800 schrieb Jesse Keating:
> >> On 1/11/11 9:33 AM, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> >>> All these questions could be answered by looking at a single ticket
> >>> easily.
> >>> Last but not I think that an issue tracker encourages people to work on
> >>> the issues more focused and constructive while a mailing list leads them
> >>> to state their personal opinions or even rants and flames. (Yes, I know
> >>> I'm guilty as charged here)
> >> Simple solution. Make a wiki page for your proposal. Ensure that all
> >> relevant updates go to the wiki page.
> > Ok, say I create a new wiki page for $proposal, how can I be sure it
> > ends up on the meeting agenda? How can I make sure they keep track of
> > updates?
> > I don't understand why a workflow that most groups in Fedora are using
> > should not work for the board.
> Because most groups aren't dealing with issues that require high levels
> of privacy.
I feel like the work of the board requires more transparency and privacy
is just a lame excuse for not working properly with the community in
> The other group that does also went with a closed Trac.
And that group is?
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