Trac issue reports

Brendan Eich brendan at mozilla.com
Mon Dec 1 14:18:23 PST 2008


You two have trac accounts at http://bugs.ecmascript.org/ -- and it  
turns out a bunch of others (yrchen, wycats, voracity, et al.) were  
added over the last 13+ months. Anyone who wants to file a ticket on  
an ES3.1 spec bug (after searching for dups, of course ;-), please  
mail me.

/be

On Nov 27, 2008, at 5:54 PM, David-Sarah Hopwood wrote:

> Brendan Eich wrote:
>> On Nov 16, 2008, at 8:48 PM, David-Sarah Hopwood wrote:
>>> Allen Wirfs-Brock wrote:
>>>> I intend to propose at the Kona meeting that we have reached a  
>>>> point
>>>> where we need to move to a strict ticket driven process for the  
>>>> ES3.1
>>>> endgame. Hopefully, we can just adopt and start using the "ES4"  
>>>> Trac
>>>> server
>>>
>>> Just as non-TC39-members can't currently edit the wiki, they can't
>>> submit Trac issues, either.
>>
>> That was not true for the longest time. Then we got spammed.
>>
>> We've added access to those who request it and have good rep. We're  
>> not
>> throwing things open to the world. I still haven't heard back from  
>> you
>> whether you want access, BTW.
>
> In case you didn't see my private email, I do. But I also think that
> everyone who reports a bug on the mailing lists should be given access
> (on the principle that anyone who submits one bug report that way is
> quite likely to submit more, and unlikely to be a spammer).
>
> Currently, a lot of bugs are being reported on the lists, and there is
> a risk of them getting lost if they can't be promptly submitted as  
> Trac
> issues.
>
> -- 
> David-Sarah Hopwood
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