[Tracker-discuss] Is our Roundup instance applicable to other organizations?

Brett Cannon brett at python.org
Mon Aug 27 21:27:58 CEST 2007

On 8/27/07, skip at pobox.com <skip at pobox.com> wrote:
> The XEmacs folks currently have no issue tracker and are starting to think
> about installing something.  I mentioned on the xemacs-beta mailing list
> over the weekend that you all have gone through a substantial period of
> customization to make it sing and dance to our tune.  Would it be
> appropriate as-is for other organizations' use?  Other than skin/theme
> issues is there much that's truly Python-specific about the Python issue
> tracker?  If some changes were necessary would it be out of the question for
> a subset of the XEmacs folks to gain commit access to our Subversion
> repository and just operate on a branch?  Or is there be a better way for
> them to start from what we are now using and avoid much of the effort that
> folks like Erik, Martin and others have expended to get the Python issue
> tracker to its current usable state?

Obviously Erik and Martin can give more thorough answers, but most of
the work has been just to add fields we wanted and get the look we
desired.  I don't think our changes are that heavy.

And if you and the XEmacs folks want to talk to us about the issue
tracker shoot-up that is fine.


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