+0: BB seems good, but I have little experience with either of the BB or
Trac systems. So, interpret my signed zero as in "approached from above"
On Feb 27, 2011 8:43pm, Matthew Turk <matthewturk(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 6:06 PM, js oishi jsoishi(a)gmail.com>
> Hi All,
> Matt and I were discussing the move from homegrown hosting to
> Bitbucket, and I was advocating for going all in: using
> issue tracker and wiki, and discontinuing further use of our
> at yt.enzotools.org
. Could we get a simple vote going, -1/+1 for
> BitBucket's issue tracker and wiki?
After we chatted today, I thought about it a lot, and I've come
from my original -1. I'm +1 on this. I think it'll make it a
easier for people to report issues; it might still stay as an
unofficial "todo" list, but I would prefer we make it
people to log in and use it. As for the Wiki, we don't really use
very much on Trac, and there are only a few pages on it. It would be
easy to move them to either the docs or to the BB wiki. But I'll
for the votes to come in before playing with this much.
Also, as a quick note for everybody, I've redone the
Documentation" for how to contribute using BitBucket:
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