Originally Posted by Morello
Essentially, I don't have a great ability (or time) to keep track of threads. It's not outright ignoring people on purpose, it's the fact that my time on the forums is limited and I grab what I can quickly :P
In this case you guys should seriously consider using proper tools for it. Why don't you use trac
? Software quality does not come from nowhere. And so does bug management.
It would also allow us bug-reporters to see, whether a bug is already known, what you consider doing about it and when you fixed it. It would allow you to do what devs should do: focus on working and improving the code instead of skimming forum threads and forgetting about their contents. And it would give you an overview on current known bugs, what you did, how many bugs you already fixed, when you introduced knew ones and so on ...
And when you start looking into those things, you should also consider using tools like sonar and hudson (automatic check for code quality and continuous integration), if you do not already use some ...