[pypy-dev] issue tracker
micahel at gmail.com
Sun Mar 14 08:20:47 CET 2010
On 14 March 2010 20:04, Maciej Fijalkowski <fijall at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm considering changing issue tracker as apparently a lot of people
> gave feedback after the release. For me the current incarnation is
> unbearable - I can't easily track things like "submitted" or "triaged"
> from "windows build requires superuser" which always pop at the top or
> "polish objspace initialization" which is probably important but I
> already decided not to deal with it.
> It might be the inherent problem with roundup or just our
> implementation. pylib for example moved to bitbucket, probably also
> for similar reasons.
> Do you have any thoughts or obvious choices?
There's always Launchpad; it's not perfect but if it works for ubuntu
it must be at least OK :-) Also, someone else runs the server, which
probably isn't to be discounted, and can probably be relied on to
improve over time -- there's a lot of development happening on it. It
does all the usual things reasonably well, with sensible statuses and
tagging and assignment and so on. Possibly a disadvantage is that
because it has a focus on collaboration between projects, it's not
tweakable to meet any particular project's needs.
It should be possible to import the bugs from roundup into lp,
although roundup's 'build your own schema' thing probably means some
hand-holding will be required.
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