winter at kde.org
Sun Sep 2 22:39:14 CEST 2007
On Saturday 01 September 2007 6:55:57 pm Matt Rogers wrote:
> On Sep 1, 2007, at 4:29 PM, Allen Winter wrote:
> > On Saturday 01 September 2007 11:45:07 am Thomas Zander wrote:
> >> On Saturday 01 September 2007 17:30:34 Matt Rogers wrote:
> >>> That's no different than what we have now. The problem is that
> >>> people
> >>> seem to be too interested in fixing Krazy issues rather than fixing
> >>> actual bugs. How do you propose we get them interested in fixing
> >>> real
> >>> bugs?
> >> Stop running the not-so-interresting krazy tests? ;)
> > We can pull the plug on the EBN entirely.
> > I don't think that will help get bugs fixed, but at least
> > it will reduce the number unneeded re-compiles.
> > I had no idea Krazy/EBN was doing such so harm to the project.
> > That was not the intention.
> > -Allen
> I don't think it does that much harm to the project. In fact, I would
> consider the EBN a good thing. However, it may be a good idea to
> suspend it temporarily. Perhaps the number of recompiles caused by
> people not fixing krazy issues will allow some of us to be more
> productive. It may also spur some of the newer developers to work on
> other things besides fixing Krazy issues, which in the grand scheme
> of things, are less important the closer we get to a freeze. (IMHO)
Ok, I turned the Krazy web site off.
I can't really do anything about the command line tool
except tell folks not to use it.
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