[Bf-committers] Bug tracker

Matt Ebb matt at mke3.net
Mon Dec 26 17:43:00 CET 2005

Just a note, I didn't interpret that to being made fun of in public,  
rather a little reference to the "ignore the mail" written in your  
message. Let's not get out the flamethrowers just yet :)

Anyway, I think it's a good idea - I had my own little list for the  
help menu URL redirector and the camera conversion code that Tom  
Musgrove reminded about on this list, but a general one would help to  
keep things organised, and allow people to catch up on others' duties  
if they can't do it for some reason. There are a lot of things, like  
uploading a release source package or generating the Python docs,  
that have been missed or delayed in the past.

We have the wiki, which is really nice, accessible, and easy to use,  
and we already have the Todo tracker here: https:// 
projects.blender.org/tracker/?group_id=9&atid=264 . For that, it  
could be just a simple matter of adding '2.41 Release' , '2.42  
Release' etc. categories. Getting people to remember and use either  
of these it is another thing entirely, but it's a start.



On Dec 26, 2005, at 5:26 PM, Alexander Ewering wrote:

> On Mon, 26 Dec 2005, Chris Burt wrote:
>> [ ] - Check blender.org for news
>> [x] - Read bf-committers mails for updates
>> [x] - Ignore email from Alexander
>> [ ] - Create todo checklist for release
>> [x] - Write email to bfcommitters with comedic checklist
> OK Mr Desoto, I can do that too pretty well, as you might know.
> I'm not sure if I'm in the position to be made fun of in public
> by someone who has hardly contributed
> more than a few button shove-arounds.
> Check- and TODO-lists are meant for avoiding errors exactly like  
> they happen
> *every time* with releases here: B-Con status does not get updated  
> for a few
> days, bug tracker groups aren't updated for a few days, and I'm  
> sure I've
> forgotten some.
> If you have never worked in a corporate/professional environment or  
> never
> had tasks with a similar complexity, that still does not mean that  
> you have
> the right to make fun of others who do :-)
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