On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 14:26:25 -0700
Ken Springer <email@example.com> wrote:
Maybe there should be a queue, and fixed on a FIFO basis.
That would be a terrible idea, at least without some prioritisation.
Otherwise you'd have periods of just catching up on myriad small bugs
while big issues languish.
But, if you can't/won't/don't get all of the bugs squashed with the
resources you have, then you need to step back and reassess the
Why? Why must absolutely *all* the bugs be squashed before you
continue? Then there'd probably be no forward progress and we'd have a
bunch of people complaining about LO being years behind everything
else, and nobody would be using it.
As I said earlier, it's better to do a few things well, than a lot of
Then, by definition, you don't want an office suite...
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