[Pharo-dev] make github issues clearer?
marcus.denker at inria.fr
Mon Nov 4 03:49:24 EST 2019
I can tell you that it is even hard for me to understand some issue tracker entries.
We really need to find a way that people add better information.
For me one thing I will try to do: to not use the issue tracker anymore as my private TODO list.
This means that the “I should maybe look into this but i have no time to even add a description”
entries are now in my private list and if I make an issue on the issue tracker I will try to write it
in a way that it explains how someone else could fix it.
> On 4 Nov 2019, at 07:16, Hernán Morales Durand <hernan.morales at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is it.
> Finally this problem is spotted. It's been years since I read a Pharo issue because of their targeted "narrative" to a bunch of 5 - 10 people who share a daily operational knowledge. This is more severe with the VM front.
> Other communities, like R, use a lot minimum reproducible example (MRE). So nothing new should be invented here, if Pharo just could adopt one of the standard practices...
> El mar., 29 oct. 2019 a las 8:56, Torsten Bergmann (<astares at gmx.de <mailto:astares at gmx.de>>) escribió:
> I've seen this several times that issues where just a short title only "wizards" were able to understand
> The "Full description requires time" is not an argument here. We all should get more professional
> and disciplined here - so anyone is able to reproduce and understand what an issue is about. This will
> also increase the trust into Pharo and its dev process...
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