|[PROJECT] [BUGZILLA] - Critical Issues Need Independent Supervision [message #9804]
||Sat, 08 January 2005 13:01
Originally posted by: ilias.lazardis.com|
[writing through htmp-nntp gateway, as i've no r/w-access to the nntp
You've maybe noticed the bugzilla-battle:
[GOVERNANCE] - Mr. Kent Johnson (IBM) Obfuscates Status and Relations of
What [beside J2SE 5.0 status] causes me to evaluate the "eclipse
foundations" in the bugzilla 'discipline' was this one:
compiler compiles import for non-existing interface
You have most possibly detected the same name: Mr. Kent Johnson.
This is not the way to process critical issues.
The issue was closed, although the user has taken all efforts to proove
Mr. Kent Johnson, the critical IBM team (JDT.Core) and every other team
should be supervised, thus they cannot close issues like they want.
Independent, Ruled Based, Clear and Transparent.
The Issue-Tracking-System is the medium which ensures that the status of
a code-base is made transparently visible, without exclusive control of
It should reflect reality.
The user base needs a clear picture of the codebase they rely on.
Ignoring this is rude, arrogant and inefficient.
Ignoring this has nothing to do with an open-source project.
Possibly with an IBM & Co [members(silent acceptors)] project.
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