Closing the arts product in bugs.kde.org
mattr at kde.org
Fri Jan 11 13:06:33 GMT 2008
On Jan 8, 2008, at 6:18 PM, George Goldberg wrote:
> On Jan 9, 2008 7:52 AM, Alexander Neundorf <neundorf at kde.org> wrote:
>> On Tuesday 08 January 2008, Matt Rogers wrote:
>>> On Tue, Jan 08, 2008 at 02:13:21PM +0100, Tom Albers wrote:
>>>> Op dinsdag 8 januari 2008 05:07 schreef u:
>>>>> I intend to close all the bugs and wishes in the arts product
>>>>> bugs.kde.org and close it for bug reporting. The one bug that is
>>>>> relevant to KDE 4 is about knotify, which I will move to the
>>>>> component under kdelibs.
>>>>> If you have objections to closing bug reporting for what is
>>>>> essentially a dead subproject now that KDE 4 is out, please
>>>>> speak up.
>>>> Isn't that exactly what George wanted to do?
>>> I didn't understand it that way. He wanted to assign those bugs to
>>> phonon, rather than just flat out get rid of them.
> assign to phonon *where appropriate* - I thought perhaps there might
> be some that are still relvant despite phonon being a completely
> different thing but its still multimedia - related... but this is not
> important! It doesn't matter *who* deals with them, just it would be
> nice if something was done about them :-)
>> From your mail:
>>> Bug churn for arts over the last 30 days: 6 opened, 9 closed
>> so 9 bugs were closed in the last month, so somebody seems to be
>> fixing them
>> (or just closing the bugs).
> I closed a few recently because they were ancient (no feedback from
> the reporter since 2002 or 2003) so I suspect very few if any are
> actually getting *fixed*.
So far, nobody's objected, so I'll be closing off arts this weekend
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