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Handling of Features in openFATE

November 12th, 2010 by

The boosters have been working on enhancing feature handling in openFATE so that features can be evaluated and implemented by everybody. The current state of the development is visible in the openFATE preview. Now we can start evaluating features so that they get implemented.

openFATE Preview

The openFATE screening team needs further members, if you’re interested, please add yourself to the list and start getting familiar with openFATE. To get familiar with it, it’s best starting with openSUSE 11.3 clean up.

We had a first meeting about openFATE on IRC yesterday and will have another one in two weeks time.

Right now the major tasks for the screening team are:

  • Evaluate features for openSUSE 11.4
  • Push features forward
  • Define a proper process on how to evaluate features
  • Cleanup features from openSUSE 11.3

I have written a proposal for the feature process and would like feedback on that one on the opensuse-project mailing list.

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2 Responses to “Handling of Features in openFATE”

  1. TheBlackCat

    I think it would also lighten the work load considerably if users have control over their own ideas. So they could close their own ideas as implemented, or mark their own ideas as duplicates of another idea. Users wouldn’t be able to re-open their ideas, only close them.