[openlp-dev] New/Undecided Bugs
suutari.olli at gmail.com
Wed May 31 12:52:09 EDT 2017
One less Wiki page to maintain, why not?
What is the purpose of blueprints, don't we have wishlist items for what
they are supposed to be for?
Perhaps remove the "blueprints" section as well, if that is within our
realm of possibilities?
On 31 May 2017 at 18:57, Raoul Snyman <raoul at snyman.info> wrote:
> On 2017-05-30 16:04, Timothy Cooper wrote:
>> Phill, thanks so much for looking at the bugs I reported. I'll work
>> through and reply where you've asked for more info. And thanks for the
>> about the development efforts - I'm really not trying to be selfish or
>> anything, and I certainly don't want OpenLP's development to wait a few
>> months on my behalf. I didn't know about the Feature Request page before,
>> but it seems to be rather dated at this point. Is that something that
>> some TLC? Is there anywhere I can find more current information to update
>> it with?
> So, there's a bit of history behind this confusion. When we originally
> started developing OpenLP 2.0, it was a complete rewrite of the application
> from scratch using a different set of technologies to what OpenLP at the
> time had been using. And it was also the first time that more than just
> myself was working on it, so I set up the wiki and we start putting stuff
> in the wiki. Since then, however, we haven't actually had a proper central
> place to store feature requests.
> My recommendations:
> - retire the wiki page
> - still use the forums as a place for people to post their feature
> - migrate those feature requests to either blueprints or wishlist bugs
> - post the bug/blueprint URL back to the forums as confirmation (and
> future reference)
> What do folks think?
> Raoul Snyman
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> raoul at snyman.info
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