From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-03 11:10:46
on Tue Jul 03 2007, David Abrahams <dave-AT-boost-consulting.com> wrote:
> The thing is that:
> * Existing tickets from sourceforge were moved over and the assignee
> name in the database was simply moved into the new database
> * People sign up for the new system with different userids than they
> used at SF (guilty: I'm "dave", was "david_abrahams"). Now if I
> look for tickets assigned to me, I miss them.
> * Just having a place in the new system doesn't guarantee you appear
> in the dropdown list of names to which tickets can be assigned.
> You have to have entered your email address on the system.
> Incidentally, it's also a problem that some peoples' userids don't
> identify them in a recognizable way.
Oh, and I forgot this one: some "active" library maintainers haven't
gotten themselves into the system. For example, just look at the top
I'd like to assign that to Ron Garcia, but AFAICT he doesn't have a
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