Re: wnpp situation
Nathanael Nerode <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> email@example.com wrote:
>>There is no good reason to close old RFPs unless the upstream source
> The spectacular amount of clutter they provide -- rendering the wnpp bug list
> unreadable unless you ignore them all -- combined with their total
> uselessness? Seems like a pair of good reasons to me.
> Count me in favor of deleting RFPs more than a year and a half old.
I have no problem with deleting RFPs because you know they don't make
sense any more.
But mere time isn't necessarily a good test here, the way it is for
the other wnpp transitions.
However, it's not something I feel particularly strongly about.