I was trying to go over the issues that were
worked on 0.8.3
, and it looks quite different than what was in the
It seems that issues are being tracked somewhere else, as the list is completely different, and the 3 issues linked in the blog post are still "active" and are not even tied to 0.8.3 release.
How can we see what is really going on in the project, which issues will be addressed in the next release, and which ones have already been fixed?
If the issue tracker is not being used by the team to track the issues, should we still use it?
Looks like some very simple things could be done to help the "open sourceness" of the project. The project is great, but some things are just too obscure, as if the team didn't want the community to know what is really going on.