RFC: Where to put rapidly changing problems and solutions

haduong at centre-cired.fr haduong at centre-cired.fr
Fri Sep 5 07:21:01 CEST 2008

> Perhaps instead of deleting, move all issues to a "to be tested"
> category, and the 2008.9 category starts with a clean slate.
> Here's a proposal: categorize all known issues per release i.e. move all
> current issues to a 2008.8 sub-category, then when 2008.9 is released
> intentionally start a new _empty_ sub-category. As users test 2008.9,
> issues that are still present (hopefully none :-) can simply be copied,
> and new issues (hopefully none :-) added.
> For comparison, we can keep known issues for both the present and the
> previous release, but delete those earlier.
> This seems like a pretty easy solution for us to implement right away.
> An exception is 2007.2, which we have to keep around for as long as
> FreeRunner is shipped with it. Anyway, that's a different distro.

I don't understand. Issues are not wiki pages, they are sorted out in the

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