As I mentioned in my emails to Jeff and Britton, I've updated the Trac site somewhat. I now encourage developers to log in here:
with their hg u/p, and then to submit tickets and read over existing tickets. Tickets should be submitted for individual tasks as well as overarching goals. All modifications to tickets will get sent to yt-svn, which I think will be an important method of keeping up with them.
Each ticket should be assigned a target and a component, and if it's a bug it should include a traceback.
**We should focus on tickets as a workflow system and a capture system to ensure bugs don't get forgotten.**
Additionally, I'm going to encourage people to start using the Wiki as either a staging ground for new, gestating documentation as well as collaborative lists and documents. I'd moved away from the wiki myself for a while but I'm coming back to it for more ephemeral or high-turnover pieces of text ,and I'd like to encourage others to do the same. Here are a few pages recently modified by me:
http://yt.enzotools.org/wiki/WishList http://yt.enzotools.org/wiki/GettingInvolved http://yt.enzotools.org/wiki/GridDataFormat http://yt.enzotools.org/wiki/CodeSupportLevels
Additionally, the installation guide, any ideas for the future, etc etc should be played with on the Wiki.