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Re: Should perlbug be usable for tracking enhancements

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Robert Spier
October 13, 2003 16:36
Re: Should perlbug be usable for tracking enhancements
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The short answer (IMHO) is yes.  We can create new severities or other
customizations to make this easier, if necessary.

> Should perlbug be usable for tracking enhancements?  (I'm thinking
> primarily of patches that are more-or-less complete but need some
> feedback or reflection before being applied.)
> I know one or more people have gotten the feeling that patches that
> aren't immediately applied just languish forever.  I had thought
> of suggesting using perlbug to send in patches for better long-term
> tracking (e.g. perl #12345 is waiting to see how perl6 solves the same
> problem, patch #23456 is dependent on a separate change being applied
> first) , but am not sure that fits perlbug's mission in life.  There
> is severity=wishlist but that doesn't actually indicate a non-bug.

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