Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of QtWebKitFeaturePlanning


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Mar 24, 2010 1:43:02 AM (10 years ago)
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Henry Haverinen
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  • QtWebKitFeaturePlanning

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    88QtWebKit is truly open to contributions, so you don't have to work for Qt Development Frameworks or Nokia in order to implement new features and be assigned with a feature suggestion in JIRA. If you're planning to work on a new QtWebKit feature, it's a good idea to send email to webkit-qt@webkit.org and discuss the new feature with others. You can also post a comment to a JIRA item about the new feature, indicating your interest.
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    10 The JIRA system is only used for high level feature planning. QtWebKit uses the webkit.org Bugzilla for bugs and small implementation tasks, similarly as the other parts of the WebKit project. So please don't add bug reports or minor technical tasks to JIRA, but instead add them to Bugzilla. Note that all bug reports, even those that are specific to the Qt port of WebKit, are hosted in Bugzilla, not in the Qt bugtracker.
     10The JIRA system is only used for high level feature planning. The QtWebKit team uses the webkit.org Bugzilla for bugs and small implementation tasks, similarly as the other parts of the WebKit project. So please don't add bug reports or minor technical tasks to JIRA, but instead add them to Bugzilla. Note that all bug reports, even those that are specific to the Qt port of WebKit, are hosted in Bugzilla, not in the Qt bugtracker.
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    1212Since all feature development for WebKit happens via Bugzilla entries, please add links to the relevant Bugzilla entries to your JIRA items.