That's all fine and such, but the thread started from the assumption the OP coworker actually have a task to accomplish. Not doing said task isn't "a feature not implemented yet".
An important issue here is that a product can be released
"here"? In which sense? The OP is teaching his coworkers regular expressions as tools
. To be used to generate the product to be delivered. It's on those tools the OP claimed "less code is less bugs" - to which I objected.
Now whether those unimplemented features become "bugs" or not really depends on the documentation and marketing.
Really? That's all? Djees, I wish I had know that years ago. All those time I've been working from specifications and customer wishes - and now you're telling me they don't matter? If I just don't document what I haven't implemented (or haven't implemented correctly), my delivered product doesn't have bugs! Can I keep the test suite, even if it fails?
So, I guess with the following commands you could remove all the bugs in Perl at once:
$ git clone ssh://perl5.git.perl.org/gitroot/perl
$ git rm pod/*
$ echo "Perl is bugfree" > README
$ git commit -m "Removed all bugs from Perl" -a
$ git push origin blead
Quick, put in a grant proposal for the perl5 maintenance fund before Nick and Dave do it the hard way!
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