On Tue, 2009-04-21 at 22:37 +0200, Mark wrote: > I'm also playing a bit with the idea that there is one central bug > tracking system with ALL (ideally) foss projects in it and that place > is the main and upstream place(that's the general idea you all know by > now). No. This is not desirable. Forget it, it's never going to happen. Clear your mind. Think git, not CVS. Think distributed bug tracking. Interoperation, not consolidation. And there's the basic fact that no one wants a single point of failure. What if the One Bug Tracker To Rule Them All goes down? The entire Open Source world screeches to a halt? Who is everyone going to trust to run this thing? What if the OBTTRTA gets hacked? The beauty of Open Source is that people are *not* forced to work together.
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