[kde-announce] Announcing KDE 3.2

Don Sanders sanders at kde.org
Tue Feb 10 02:16:37 GMT 2004

On Saturday 07 February 2004 04:06, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:
> On February 05, 2004 06:34, Don Sanders wrote:
> > As a contributor I highly value the freedom to decide what I work
> > on, this freedom has great value to me.
> >
> > I like the bug voting system and help use it to decide the
> > priority of improvements I want to work on. If the Quality
> > Managers are interested in affecting my prioritization of wishes
> > I'm interested in working on then they can contact me for my
> > commercial KDE development rates.
> a QM would not prioritize your work for you, they would help sort
> through the reports and separate the quality reports from the
> rediculous, deal with vague reports, requests that have been made
> more than once, requests that are already handled but not marked as
> such, requests that are invalid, etc... they should also be able to
> present "Top 10 Lists": Top 10 Most Wanted, Top 10 Easy To Do, Top
> 10 Long Term Requests, etc. they should also be able to sort them
> out into categories, which for kmail might look something like:
> main GUI, composing, network and accounts, filters, interop ... by
> doing the sorting, sifting and ensuring high quality reports QM's
> can ensure that it becomes MUCH quicker/easier to accurately
> determine for one's self what to work on.

Personally I've got no problem with this proposal.


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