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Re: Fedora Board meeting Tuesday 12/12



On 12/11/06, Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com> wrote:
On Monday 11 December 2006 21:37, Christopher Blizzard wrote:
> Back burner to what, exactly? What's it waiting on (other than testing
> and feedback?)
I honestly didn't get much feedback on the proof of concept, so I'm really
flying "blind" if you will.  Getting feedback means making some people pay
attention to it and look at it, people that are busy with other things, which
may or may not be more important.  I've been more focused on pungi myself
rather than putting time into the dist-git proof of concept.  While I'd like
to continue the SCM work, I think a tool to compose our distribution is a bit
more important for me to work on at this point.  This shouldn't stop anybody
else from working on a proof of concept or enhancing the existing ones.

I had the same issue with my subversion proof of concept a few months
back.  Is it safe or dangerous to assume that lack of interest means
that people just don't care as long as it works?

          -Mike


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