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From Stefan Bodewig <bode...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Processing based off statistics
Date Mon, 01 Mar 2004 08:07:16 GMT
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Adam R. B. Jack <ajack@trysybase.com> wrote:

> It is such a balance isn't it, we wish the community to get
> involved, but other areas of the community suffer if one doesn't
> maintain it's metadata.

Absolutely.

The thing to keep in mind is that for Apache projects the community
has full access to a descriptor that lives inside the Gump module.  So
the community that can fix things includes more people - and all
people who could fix things when the descriptor is in a more private
module.

>> If the nags are annoying, committers for the project can simply
>> turn them off.  Same for deferred nags.  After all all committers
>> are able to remove the nag elements.
> 
> I was hoping for a little more than on/off.

I see.

I'm a bit unsure as to what we can do here since we'd need to know
whether the nags simply get ignored (in which case there is no point
in doing anything but turning them off) or just postponed.  Is there
any automatic way to tell?

> I tried to make projects w/o nags generate nags [a single mail] to
> the Gump list, so we could process things like broken packages,
> etc. I need to debug why that isn't occuring.

Seems to work now 8-)

Stefan

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