On Mon, May 13, 2013 at 1:50 PM, Jorge O. Castro <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I got a ping from the technical board before their semi-annual review
> of Brainstorm ideas. There are some problems with the site, mainly:
> a) It is unmaintained (As you can see from the design).
> b) User interest (as indicated by the voting) is waning.
> c) It seems that developer interest is waning to a point that some
> developers feel that responding to the ideas isn't an ideal use of
> d) Most advanced users know how to contact developers and file
> wishlist bugs with the software affected directly and use those means
> A cursory scan of the incoming ideas over the last 30 days seem just
> like wishlist bug reports, thoughts?
I don't think it plays too useful a role in the community and in fact
I think wishlist bugs are more appropriate.
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