[wp-hackers] Re: Unanswered tickets
spencerp1 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 20 23:17:37 GMT 2007
Stephen Rider wrote:
> I think resolving it is the point. If it's such a slam dunk, why is
> it still in Trac? (Okay, I see that it was just resolved _today_
> which kind of makes the point of having drawn attention to it.)
Exactly. And if I remember correctly... someone, I think it was Ryan...
asked people on here what they thought should be "high priority" tickets
or tickets that people would like to see get more attention... And what
better to knock out first, than the simpler tickets... Especially with
an Admin redesign coming soon, you can only touch so much tickets
without interfering with it.. I know I pointed out SOME tickets that
were pending on the Admin redesign... but they were also planned for 2.4
though, as well as the Admin redesign stuff...
> At the least, things should be marked "Ain't gonna", "Obsolete",
> "Waiting for TinyMCE update", or whatever. Right now many of them are
> "Waiting for Godot" -- hanging in limbo -- which gives the people
> volunteering their efforts the impression that they're efforts are
> ignored, which is not good for the future of WordPress.
> I've had a particular patch in for months now. It would be nice to
> see _some_ indication of whether anybody is even considering it.
> Obviously it's not all going to be decided a day after submission, but
> six months later there ought to be _something_.
> I do not mean to insult any of the "higher ups" at WordPress.
> Obviously there are a _ton_ of bugs submitted, and a lot of patches,
> and it's a lot to slog through. But when somebody takes the time to
> write a patch, somebody, somewhere, should give some feedback -- yes,
> this might be used/no it's crap/it needs work/whatever.
I agree with this as well. I was going to say more, but I have to leave
for work. Hopefully things workout here soon. There's so much backlog of
tickets in Trac now that it's not funny...sigh. Aight.. I'm off for work..
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