Bug Tracking System [Was: Re: final thoughts - bug tracking system]

Thomas E. Spanjaard tgen at netphreax.net
Sat Sep 17 16:37:26 PDT 2005

Hereby I request all active committers, developers, and users alike, to 
reply with their requirements for a Bug Tracking System, from hereon 
called BTS, according to the following scheme:

- You reply directly to this post. You don't reply to any post replying 
to this. This is to stop the discussion from sidetracking.

- You state your requirements according to the MOSCOW principle: 
Must-have, Should-have, Could-have and Would-be-nice.

- Argumentation is not necessary or expected, however, be clear in what 
you want, but keep it concise.

I also expect all active committers to reply with their list of 
requirements. This is to end the slow debate and just move on and decide 
something. After sufficient replies have been posted, I will summarise 
them on the Wiki, indicating conflicts. After that, I hope sensible 
discussions will arise on the actual requirements, instead of the 
bikesheds housing them.

Forgive me if I sounded demanding or authoriative, but I really want 
this to move on and not kill this particular issue, much less this 
project. I hereby thank you in advance for your replies.

		-- Thomas E. Spanjaard
		   tgen at xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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