[Python-Dev] I'm not getting email from SF when assigned abug/patch

Robert Kern robert.kern at gmail.com
Fri Mar 31 09:05:26 CEST 2006

Brett Cannon wrote:
> On 3/28/06, "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
>>skip at pobox.com wrote:
>>>Roundup is there now, right (sans SF export)?
>>Richard Jones has an SF importer for one of the two XML-like formats,
>>the one that is correct XML but with incomplete data. The other format,
>>which has complete data but is ill-formed XML, has no importer into
>>roundup at the moment.
>>>Trac is being used by the
>>>folks doing the new website.  What other candidates are being considered?
>>My view is that nothing should be "considered" unless there is
>>a) a volunteer to operate the tracker (or, failing that, somebody who
>>   does it for money), and
>>b) an importer of whatever data SF can provide.
> And as the chair of the infrastructure committee, those are the base
> requirements for a tracker to be considered.
> Once we have the complete SF data I will put out a call for proposals
> for trackers along with who has volunteered to manage them so that
> people can band together to help push their favorite tracker.
> But as of right now the committe just wants to get a clean dump of our
> SF data to work off of (yes, we could start a tracker from scratch but
> we want the SF data anyway and so we are going through the hassle of
> getting it off now and as a test data set for the various trackers).
> -Brett
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Robert Kern
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