Re: Bug log ordering
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On Sat, 15 Nov 1997, Ian Jackson wrote:
> Santiago, could you please stop counting votes ?
Could you please read again my set of examples, in which I show that your
initial argument (`often the most accurate and informative') is not true?
Could you please read again Manoj's e-mail in which he clearly explains
that bug reports are like correspondence, because they build up a thread
Can you follow a thread of mail backwards? Many of us *can not*, or find
it extremely difficult.
How can you say this is not a good argument at all?
I give you technical reasons and you tell me they are not convincingly
enough? Which *technical* reasons have you given to me?
"It is deliberate and will not be changed"?
I started counting votes because this issue was becoming a matter of
preferences (I think that if so many of us prefer normal ordering and
not reverse ordering, it would be reasonable to change it).
However, if you still think this is not a matter of preferences, *please*
give me your technical reasons, other than your personal preferences.
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