[Tracker-discuss] Creating a Jython tracker
brett at python.org
Sun Feb 3 22:32:33 CET 2008
On Feb 3, 2008 1:24 PM, Georg Brandl <georg at python.org> wrote:
> Brett Cannon schrieb:
> > On Feb 3, 2008 10:02 AM, "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
> >> > So, are we in a position to set up a Jython tracker? For simplicity,
> >> > we could probably assume that the bug-handling workflow will be the
> >> > same as Python's and use the same schema, detectors, etc. I'd expect
> >> > the most labor-intensive step would be importing the old SF bugs.
> >> I could work on that over the next week(s). It would be best
> >> if I could get admin rights on the tracker, so that I could run
> >> the exporter myself. I would then produce a demo installation, so
> >> people can check whether it looks correctly.
> >> A few other things that need to be decided:
> >> - what URL should that tracker use? who needs to set up DNS so that
> >> it works?
> >> - what is the email submission address?
> >> (the DNS person would also have to make the upfronthosting machine
> >> the mail exchanger for that domain)
> >> - what email messages should be sent to what addresses under what
> >> conditions, and who should be the sender?
> >> I'll probably need help from upfronthosting for the SMTP stuff, and
> >> somebody's help for the DNS stuff; the rest I can do on my own (unless
> >> I forgot something).
> > I really need to get off my ass and write up that announcement that we
> > need more tracker admins.
> Can you add that we need more people actually fixing issues from the
> tracker too? :)
Promote the development tutorial at PyCon and I can. =)
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