[LinuxBIOS] so who can revive adlo
segher at kernel.crashing.org
Tue Nov 7 17:41:59 CET 2006
>> you just made the case for Trak :-)
> I don't deny that some sort of patch management is not useful and
> necessary even. I just don't like _having_ to do all things Trac
> as its
> not near as easy as mail. It also means you have to be on-line.
Fully agreed all three times.
> I found that patch in my mail folders in about 2 seconds without
> to fire up a browser to look for it.
> I knew the patch was there and its on my TODO. So its not like it got
> lost or anything.
But longer-time things like this _should_ be tracked (in Trac).
Same goes for patches that we can't decide what to do with (or
that we can't handle right now). Stuff that's actively being
discussed is handled way more efficient (and easier) on the
mailing lists though.
Everyone is free to move any issue or patch to Trac of course.
It's just pointless and non-trivial work (it all adds up, you
see) to put *everything* we deal with in Trac.
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