Subject: Re: The bughunt is on!
To: None <scottr@Plexus.COM>
From: None <Havard.Eidnes@runit.sintef.no>
Date: 09/26/1997 09:45:02
> > Tools don't work if no one uses them. I browsed for a while,
> > and oh, just how many idle PRs are out there with reasonable
> > fixes... that number has got to be over 100.
> `Reasonable' is a subjective term, and is a subset of `working', to a
> greater or lesser degree. Note that the majority of `reasonable' fixes
> are committed quickly... it's the PRs that are clearly going to need
> more work before they are integrated that tend to languish.
How easy is it for the submitter and/or for other folks browsing
the PR database to see why a seemingly reasonable and working fix
hasn't been committed? I think the answer is "not easy", and
perhaps that needs some fixing, then?