[development] #drupal and #drupal-contribute split
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Sat Mar 19 00:43:38 UTC 2011
Random info without solid tags is very difficult to deal with. Bugs come and
go and carefully phrasing a query is hard. I can't count the number of time
I have issued a search on Drupal looking for a solution to something I think
is a bug. What turns up is frequently a bug in a current release and what
appears to be the very same bug in a very old release like 4.7. Far too many
of the search results have no info about to which release they apply.
In a similar vein, looking at an issue queue for a particular module I find
what appears to be a solution for my bug and it even notes that it has been
committed, but not to what release it was committed, usually to some -dev
release but it is not obvious when one of the many -dev gets into a real
point release. I strongly prefer dealing with only point releases for
On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 7:05 PM, Chris Johnson <cxjohnson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hate to say this, since it is our own dog food, but it's incredibly hard
> to find useful, timely information in both the forums and the groups. If I
> cannot find my answer in the structured documents (which are for the most
> part great), or in the code myself, I try Google against the whole web
> If that doesn't work, I head to IRC.
> On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 4:57 PM, As If Productions <
> everyone at asifproductions.com> wrote:
>> Whether they are "intended" to work this way or not, the Forums (and to a
>> lesser degree, the Groups) actually serve this kind of purpose very well.
>> The Forums are always my first stop, and often my last. If I had a major
>> say in any restructuring of the Drupal cosmos, I would try to centralize the
>> Forums and Groups in peoples' minds, and make much better use of taxonomy on
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