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From: Ciaran McCreesh <ciaran.mccreesh@...>
Subject: Tracking future EAPI things
Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 22:04:11 +0100
Does anyone else find having a single 'Future EAPI' tracker slightly
inconvenient?

I'd see us better served by having multiple tracker bugs, something
like:

* Unclassified Future EAPI
* Distant Future EAPI
* Feasibly Considerable for Next EAPI
* Active Consideration for EAPI 4

Bugs would go in as Unclassified. Every now and again the PMS team would
then go through and reclassify them (mostly based upon Portage team
feedback) as either Distant Future or Feasibly Considerable for Next.

When we start work on EAPI 4, we'll move some of Feasibly Considerable
to Active Consideration. As the process goes on and the list gets
narrowed down based upon Council votes and the like, we kick things
back to Unclassified Future.

Or would this be done better using the status whiteboard thing rather
than trackers?

-- 
Ciaran McCreesh
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