[Tracker-discuss] [issue73] Issue numbering
brett at python.org
Mon Jan 15 22:55:38 CET 2007
On 1/15/07, Erik Forsberg <metatracker at psf.upfronthosting.co.za> wrote:
> Erik Forsberg added the comment:
> > Roché Compaan added the comment:
> > Is it not an option to use a prefix for sourceforge bug ids, say SF, and
> > then restart with a lower number for bugs generated in Roundup?
> Here's one idea:
> 1) Add a new property to the issue class, sf_id=Number()
> 2) Rewrite importer to set sf_id to the original sourceforge id of
> each issue, but don't set the roundup ID to the sourceforge id -
> instead, allocate issue IDs on the go, beginning with 1, ending
> with about 9940 (that's the number of issues currently in the sf
> 3) Add ability to search for sourceforge ID in search interface.
> 4) Make sf bug redirector aware of the mechanism, so that
> python.org/sf/<id> redirects to the correct issue.
> This will break the one to one mapping between the sourceforge
> artifact IDs and the new roundup issue ids, but it might be a better
> solution for day to day use.
So if I am following this correctly this would internally store the SF
number but externally number starting at 1 for Roundup numbers? As
long as you still have www.python.org/sf/ still do its redirect
properly (or your suggestion of a query field) that seems good to me
as eventually we won't care too much about the SF numbers.
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