|| ||Jeff Garzik <jgarzik-AT-pobox.com> |
|| ||fedora-devel-list-AT-redhat.com |
|| ||Re: Vote for the bug (was Re: Local users get to play root?) |
|| ||Thu, 19 Nov 2009 22:10:11 -0500|
|| ||Article, Thread
On 11/19/2009 09:20 PM, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 4:34 PM, Jeff Garzik<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I'm curious what Fedora leaders think is the proper forum for __Fedora
>> users__ to register complaints against this policy. Voting seems to be the
>> most efficient, and least spam-y method of doing so, but I am open to
> Voting doesn't mean much if there's no agreement to process the votes.
No, you misunderstand the purpose of Bugzilla voting.
> But I think you've failed to state something important. I think what
> you really want to know is how Fedora users can register complaints
> meant to illicit an immediate response... faster than the turn around
> one can obtain via a fesco meeting. You want a 911 number to call,
> instead of a town meeting to speak at.
No, that's not it at all.
I meant precisely what I said, no more, no less: it makes ZERO sense to
squelch Fedora users' feedback. Fedora leaders are saying "no feedback
on fedora-devel" and "no feedback on the bugzilla", and now, no Bugzilla
Bugzilla voting was created precisely so that users could raise the
profile of a bug and register their voice, without adding actual noise
to the discussion. Similar to "like" links on Facebook.
Fedora users -- keep on voting, that is why the feature exists.
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