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Re: [phoenix-dev] Bugzilla structure
- From: Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 09:09:10 -0400
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I think that our external viewers just see the website
as a single entity and don't care about the technology behind
the scenes. Thus I vote we should have a single
Community/Website bugzilla and close down the Phoenix one.
I don't mean to be argumentative, but if the Phoenix project was run by
a body other than the Foundation, there wouldn't be such a component as
Community/Website. Right now, Phoenix is the only project that has
Bugzilla components in places that don't follow the normal project
structure. Although I agree that Community/Website is more meaningful
than Technology/Phoenix, I'm just not sure why the Phoenix project would
have the luxury (over every other project) of having components outside
of its project structure only for the fact that they are more meaningful
to the external viewers.
Perhaps I'm just getting something wrong.
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