[Seaside-dev] protocol for working on Seaside issues
wembley.instantiations at gmail.com
Mon Sep 8 18:28:33 UTC 2008
Thanks for the explanation (and for gently explaining to this rookie that he
missed a step).
John O'Keefe [|], Principal Smalltalk Architect, Instantiations Inc.
On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 2:21 PM, Philippe Marschall <
philippe.marschall at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi list
> There seems to be some confusion about what the protocol for working
> on Seaside issues is.
> Here's what happened
> - John created an issue
> - He assigned it to himself and though that would tell everybody that
> he works on it.
> - I saw the issue and fixed it while John was working on it at the same
> My excuses to John for stealing the issue. I think he followed the
> correct protocol and I didn't. To explain myself a bit more:
> I the past I acted the same way on several assigned bugs and that
> never caused a conflict. At not time to my knowldge was somebody else
> working on one. I think mainly because if you create an issue, you'll
> automatically be owner.
> To avoid such conflicts in future I propose that we set the issue to
> started if we started to work on it or we plan to fix it shortly.
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