Time to plan for 1.0
ianbruene at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 14:31:05 UTC 2017
On 08/08/2017 09:01 AM, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> Strictly speaking you can't do that. It's the PM's decision whether
> we want to drop the feature or change the schedule. We're pretty informal
> here, but you need to know where those lines of authority are, because
> many other projects (especially in corporate-land) aren't.
Ah, I misunderstood the structure. Also forgot that there is something
called a PM and it exists for a reason....
I am Officially Suggesting that SNMP support be allowed to slip 1.0
unless I can make major progress in the next couple weeks.
> But, speaking in Mark's absence, I'm OK with slipping it. It's not
> like Classic had this right; their snmpd was broken by design (not
> RFC-conformant) and in fact its author urged me to remove it.
NTPc having broken SNMP support was a major factor in my willingness to
slip for rightness, I wasn't aware that it was so bad the maintainer
urged you to remove it.
> I think our support can wait for 1.1. Possibly Mark might do an
> override on this, but I doubt it.
Is there any idea on how long that would be after 1.0? I'm not saying
anything about "plenty of time", already eating my "plenty of time till
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