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Re: [Gnewsense-dev] Re: [gNewSense-users] Webapps infrastructure

From: Karl Goetz
Subject: Re: [Gnewsense-dev] Re: [gNewSense-users] Webapps infrastructure
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 11:07:25 +0930

On Sun, 26 Apr 2009 13:16:44 -0400
Daniel Clark <address@hidden> wrote:

> Karl Goetz wrote:
> > Daniel Clark <address@hidden> wrote:
> >> Lots of people are, although I'm not sure it would be necessary if
> >> gNewSense choose to move to it (since I am, perhaps densely,
> >> missing the need for separate wikis / ticket tracking systems /
> >> codebases - what is there other than builder?)
> > 
> > Currently, we have the following 'sections' in the BTS:
> > - mips-l
> > - main
> > - universe
> > - livecd
> > - website
> > - builder
> > - general
> > 
> > Some may be redundant, but at least distro/builder/website/general
> > would be nice.
> That's easy in trac BTS. In trac the concept of project is tied 1:1
> only with the sources in version control (that you want to keep in
> seperate instances in version control for some reason, like non-DVCS
> changeset numbers being nicely incremented) - so I guess the question
> would be, which of these projects has (or should have) seperate
> version control repositories?

For that question, I think builder and website (I want to make sure our
changes to the website codebase are tracked, so they can be published
as needed).

> If you don't mind codebases for several projects in the same version
> control tree, and just in general, take a look at how
> does multiple projects.

I'm told the bzr-trac and git-trac plugins work(at least 'mostly
work'), so They may help with that point too.

> > Not sure if we would need to have new tracs for each of these, or if
> > trac could handle them as sub projects somehow (I havent had time to
> > setup trac here for testing yet)
> If you just want to play around from a user point of view I can set
> up a "sandbox" trac instance for you on in about 10
> minutes. Or using the repository and
> the beta gNewSense 64-bit (as long as it's based on Hardy... forget
> if it's Hardy or Etch based at the moment), and IRC, we could
> probably get you up in less than an hour; I'd be happy to just
> schedule a time to do that :)

I was planning to set up a trac instance at home, that way I can
break/unbreak to my hearts content :)


Karl Goetz, (Kamping_Kaiser / VK5FOSS)
Debian user / gNewSense contributor
No, I won't join your social networking group

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