[hobbit] Migration to SourceForge tracker?
bgmilne at staff.telkomsa.net
Mon Aug 25 09:27:43 CEST 2008
On Friday 22 August 2008 20:36:14 Jon Dustin wrote:
> >>> On 8/22/2008 at 10:01 AM, "T.J. Yang" <tj_yang at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > If given voting right, I would vote for using trac to coordinate the
> > hobbit community. sourcefoge looks like has a bigger supersets of
> > features than trac. I like the Statistics (R1) especially. Too bad we
> > (hobbit community) is not totally embraceing sourceforge.
I don't see any point of doing any development without a development mailing
list so that there can be common direction in development.
However, if there isn't going to be a development mailing list, you could add
buchanmilne as a developer on the project ...
> > Ex, we still
> > have our own mailling list while sourceforge provide this feature.
> > I can work with either sourceforge or trac solutions, but please lets
> > utilize a solution's features as much as possible.
Until we are using all the features on sourceforge, there's pretty much no
reason to discuss features in other tools we wouldn't use.
> Henrik has already spoken about Sourceforge mailing list, and has expressed
> they are quite unreliable.
s/are/have been in the past/g
We haven't seen any problems on the devmon lists (but, granted, they don't
have as much traffic).
> The existing mailing list works quite well for
> us now, why not keep it as is?
I don't think there's any point in migrating the "users" mailing list, but
there are some advantages to having a devel list on sourceforge.
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