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3 March 2009 at 11:27am
We really like what we see in SilverStripe and hope that we can use it to manage our corporate sites.
After spending several weeks evaluating the product, we've run into several issues. We understand that with open source projects, the goal is for everyone to pitch in and improve the product. We're all for this. So, for a number of the issues, we created tickets. Most of those tickets were accompanied by a patch resolving the issue at hand.
What's concerned us is that we haven't received a response to any of our tickets. Is there something we should be doing differently when we submit tickets? Are the folks who review tickets exceptionally backlogged right now?
3 March 2009 at 11:36am
I'm the person generally responsible for reviewing patches, and unfortunately I have been very busy these past few weeks. Things should calm down a bit for me in the next few days - I will try to get to your patches as soon as I can, and in future the response times should be much quicker.
7 March 2009 at 3:06am
12 March 2009 at 7:48am
Oops. The ticket link I previously posted would show tickets reported by the currently logged-in user, not myself. Here is the correct link:
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