Re: [Tools-discuss] [rfc-i] missing line ends in generated TXT (from datatracker)

Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de> Thu, 07 November 2019 20:51 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Tools-discuss] [rfc-i] missing line ends in generated TXT (from datatracker)
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On 07.11.2019 21:05, Robert Sparks wrote:
> Julian -
>
> I think that in the Project Manager role (particularly its priority
> management aspect), I'm "who's in charge" for the question you ask.
>
> The update I can give you on this particular ticket is that it has been
> on the radar, but hasn't been higher priority than many of the immediate
> changes needed by the RPC as we first took v3 into production.
>
> The rate of such changes is slowing (but only a little), and the nature
> of them are such that I think this particular issue will likely make the
> top of the stack within the next few weeks (remember there is an IETF
> meeting in that time).
>
> Visibility into the full set of issues and prioritization is less than I
> would like - many issues were reported and addressed through direct
> communication between the RPC and Henrik, and I feel that was the right
> way to handle them given the nature of the cut-over. As the rate is
> becoming more sane, I expect we'll see increased use of the ticketing
> system for this set of tools.
>
> RjS
> ...

Robert,

thanks for the update.

It's indeed the lack of information that was bugging me mainly. So maybe
we need a ticket system for datatracker? Or is there one that I should
have used?

Best regards, Julian