Re: Nautilus buglist is online

Text of that message was:

"Is there some reason this shouldn't be done with a keyword or
notation in bugzilla, and then just linked to? Do it that way and the
list becomes easy to update, people can easily comment on it, it gets
integrated with other bug tracking eforts, and it is still easily
filterable from other bugs."

I'm going to look into this. Never used a whiteboard before. If anyone
could post a url to one it'd be useful. What annoys me about bugzilla
is that if we simply do a keyword query you'll get a big list of
uncatagorised bugs. The nice thing about html (and maybe a whiteboard)
is that i can sort out the bugs a bit better.

On Fri, 2003-02-07 at 20:40, Luis Villa wrote:
> I'm still waiting for a response to:
> Maintaining lists like this outside of bugzilla is a horrible idea.
> Luis
> On Fri, 2003-02-07 at 15:15, Andrew Sobala wrote:
> > On Fri, 2003-02-07 at 20:00, MArk Finlay wrote:
> > > I've put up an updated list of my favorite nautilus bugs as described in
> > > my e-mail a few days ago:
> > > 
> > >
> > 
> > Hmmm. Maybe a gnome-love keyword would be useful for tagging this sort
> > of thing in bugzilla? I'm assuming this list is things that are not
> > easy-fix, but OK for people learning gnome to have a bat at.
> > 
> > Then module maintainers can mark bugs that other people might be
> > interested in implementing, we can list the bugs in a bugzilla query
> > from a webpage, and maybe we lower the barrier of entry into gnome.
> > 
> > What do module maintainers think of this? Ccing desktop-devel-list.
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