[Python-Dev] Bug day outcome
anthony at interlink.com.au
Sun Jun 6 20:37:47 EDT 2004
Barry Warsaw wrote:
> +1 on Subversion too, but I still say the biggest problem is finding the
> cycles to set up and maintain the infrastructure. It was an
> overwhelming task when we did it ourselves with a fraction of the user
> and developer community, and I was glad when we moved to SF. If the
> Gforge installation Andrew was talking about can really be set up and
> babysat with as little effort as claimed, I think that's worth looking
The main problem with GForge is that it's bugtracker is just like SF's.
Which is to say, it's awful.
Back at PyCon, at the PSF board meeting, I thought the decision was
made that once the PSF Grants committee was up and going, there'd be
a grant cut to get Roundup finished? What's happened with this?
Anthony Baxter <anthony at interlink.com.au>
It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
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