non-KDE CVS apps in bugs.k.o

Aaron J. Seigo aseigo at
Mon Jul 7 17:54:05 BST 2003

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On Monday 07 July 2003 12:23, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> my only thoughts are that i wonder if it is useful to keep non-CVS apps in
> k.b.o when they obviously don't use the service?

great answers, thanks everyone... so, some ARE in CVS, and some DO use the 
service ... that's good to know ...  

also on the topic of the War on Bugs, i've noticed that many of the smaller 
programs that are semi- or wholey-maintainerless have a handful of bugs that 
are open. the pattern seems to be that some of those will have already been 
fixed or are invalid reports, and most of the rest are trivial fixes. only a 
couple of the reports on such smaller apps actually take a lot of time/effort 
to fix/address. IMHO, this is a great way to spend an hour or two improving 
KDE without too much effort. i've found this nice to do when i'm really not 
in the mood for any heavy lifting and am sick of staring at the same code 
i've been looking at for too long =)

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