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Re: Bug#1032: Can bug 1032 be closed? (Linux-counter registration)

'Kevin Dalley wrote:'
>It must be possible to issue a request for enhancement.  Currently,
>our bug reporting procedure is the only way to do that.  While Dominik
>Kubla is correct that *this* example does not affect the usability of
>the system, there are many RFEs which do.  Perhaps we need a category
>of bug report which suggests that the RFE is on the to do list, but is
>not an actual bug.  Would this be an addition to the bug handling system?

You have specified the broadest outline for the "Distributed,
Non-Heirarchial Project Management Software" system that I think we
need.  I think it should be separate from the bug reporting system.

Christopher J. Fearnley            |    Linux/Internet Consulting
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