Subject: Re: [boost] [review queue] Proposed new policy to enter the review queue
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-03-17 13:27:58
On 17.03.2017 09:12, Niall Douglas via Boost wrote:
>> Just looking at it from a more outside point of view I would say:
>> The Boost website does not look sexy.
>> It looks quite old-fashioned, has a lot of text, but how that is
>> structured is not easy to grasp by a short glimpse. And except for
>> finding the current download and the list of current libraries it is
>> quite hard to find particular information fast (if at all). (The GSOC)
> You'll find plenty of this already reported in depth by me in posts
>> Or another example is Trac.
> Trac would provide us continuity for when that happens.
I'm really mystified by how almost any discussion on this list
eventually turn magically into discussions about tools. It's the boost's
community's main fetish.
What most people here seem to agree on is how hard it is for Boost to
change anything. So why don't we talk about the reasons for that, and
how to improve, rather than waste our energy on tool discussions ?
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