Bug tracking (was: [Python-Dev] Re: Infinie recursion in Pickle)
Mon, 1 Jul 2002 11:33:39 -0400
On 1 Jul 2002 at 15:15, Fredrik Lundh wrote:
[complaints about SF bug tracker]
> or better, join the roundup team, and make sure
> it's good enough to replace the SF tracker. (as far
> as I know, it already is -- but someone still needs
> to set it up, write a script that pulls all data out
> of the old system, etc).
Someone is setting it up, and has written those
scripts. A working demo (populated with PythonLabs
history) should soon be available.
I have to say that my "good enough" has been
focussed on funtionality more than usability.
I've never noticed any particular difficulty
in using the SF tracker to enter or post info on
a bug, so François probably has a different "good
 Writing an app as a set of cgi's is a fast way
to write a mediocre GUI. Writing a *good* GUI
in this environment is extremely difficult and ugly,
because you end up with lots of just-barely-portable-
left out in the cold. Oh well, at least no one had
a requirement that it be usable throught their