Re: Bits from the DPL: DSA and buildds and DAM, oh my!
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- Subject: Re: Bits from the DPL: DSA and buildds and DAM, oh my!
- From: Gustavo Noronha Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2007 08:10:21 -0300
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Em Sex, 2007-02-23 às 11:41 +0100, Marc Haber escreveu:
> I feel that RT is not a silver bullet, and adresses a non-issue in my
> opinion. I fear that its introduction will not help in solving the
> pressing issue that makes people stop caring about things.
While I agree that RT is no silver bullet, having a history and a list
of open issues would be a good thing, as long as we are able to browse
Our own BTS teaches us the importance of having a publicly viewable
'open issues' tracker, which serves as TODO, quality measurement, and
I am one of the somewhat demotivated by the apparent lack of
'throughput' of some of Debian's base, and am affected by it as well (I
have requested a GPG key replacement (the new key is 4096, against 1024
of the current) and had no answer for months now). I do believe that
more transparency would be very useful.
Remains to be seen if the RT install will actually be transparent
Gustavo Noronha <firstname.lastname@example.org>