[Python-Dev] New bugtracker project
Guido van Rossum
Wed, 22 May 2002 07:31:30 -0400
> For one thing, it was basically impossible for people with only a
> peripheral view of the database (managers, QA folks) to get accurate
> pictures of the database. Nothing that can't be fixed if one has a
> real DB backend.
Speaking of which, how real is RoundUp's DB backend? Does it use
MySQL? *Could* it use MySQL? *Should* it use MySQL? When this idea
first came up, Andy Robinson asserted that it should, basically for
the reason that David states above; I'm neutral but I certainly see
the advantage of being able to run SQL(-ish) queries against the
database (this helps for the SF tracker too).
--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)