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Re: [Chicken-users] bugtracking and open source labor

From: Richard Lewis
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] bugtracking and open source labor
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2006 11:48:30 +0000
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On Monday 11 December 2006 11:41, Arto Bendiken wrote:
> On 12/11/06, Brandon J. Van Every <address@hidden> wrote:
> > felix winkelmann wrote:
> > > Anyway, I'm slowly approaching the point where I can't handle
> > > all feature requests and bug reports and I feel we need a bugtracking
> > > system...
> > >
> > > HINT! HINT!
> >
> > These are the conundrums of open source growth.  I don't know what the
> > answer is here; I haven't passed through this project stage before.  A
> > lot of open source projects have $$$$$ attached to them somehow.  Like a
> > university researcher for instance.  Lacking $$$$$, there's a
> > corresponding lack of resources for taking on certain things.  Unless
> > people volunteer.
> As far bug trackers go, I don't know how many people on this list are
> familiar with Trac ( It's a minimalistic,
> KISS-style issue tracking and project management system for software
> development, with superb Subversion integration (and Darcs support,
> too, though I haven't used that myself).
> I have plenty of server resources to spare, and a personal interest in
> all this. Trac could run on a sub-domain such as
>, and I could give SSH access
> to the system for the people who need it (Felix, Alejandro, et al). I
> would naturally work with Alejandro to get the SVN (or Darcs)
> repository integrated and ensure everyone could use their existing SVN
> accounts to login to the Trac system without having to re-register.
Google's new Code Hosting ( system provides 
users with a Subversion repository and Trac issue management. I've used it 
for my pet project and it seems to work quite well.

Richard Lewis
Sonic Arts Research Archive
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