[Tracker-discuss] tracker maintenance
Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
asmodai at in-nomine.org
Wed Feb 20 07:43:15 CET 2008
-On [20080218 23:53], Brett Cannon (brett at python.org) wrote:
>You do not have to be an expert at Roundup to volunteer! You can learn
>"on the job" by doing offline development and submitting patches until
>you are of a proper level of experience to gain commit access to the
>code (which can be seen at XXX). If you still have a New Years
>resolution to help Python out this is a great way to fulfill the
>promise you made yourself for 2008!
I guess the XXX was supposed to be filled in? ;)
So it basically means the Roundup stuff needs patches mostly that others
will apply at first? Or is there also sysadmin maintenance needed?
>If you are interested in volunteering, please email tracker-discuss at
>python.org. Thanks to all who have helped with the tracker already and
>those that will in the future!
Yes, I am still interested in volunteering.
Like I told you before in private, I help out on the Trac project and prior
to that I've hacked on RT2 and Bugzilla. I have helped maintain a few issue
tracking instances (the GNATS one back in the day when I was a FreeBSD
committer, Jira at my current job, and some Trac instances) and still
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