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Re: Bug trackers

From: Don Armstrong
Subject: Re: Bug trackers
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2008 21:25:46 -0800
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.17 (2007-11-01)

I'm one of the current upstream developers for debbugs; Manoj pointed
me at this discussion in IRC earlier (CC if you want me to respond, or
obey M-F-T. ;-)).[0]

It wouldn't be too terribly difficult to set up an instance of debbugs
to allow testing to see if it will work for emacs development. I also
wouldn't mind making changes as required to make it fit in better with
the emacs development model[1] (as debbugs is rather Debian specific

The codebase is here in a bzr repository:
http://bugs.debian.org/debbugs-source/, the mainline branch is our
"distributable" branch, and the "debian" branch is the code that is
actually running on bugs.debian.org. If someone who wants to set it up
needs a hand configuring it, let me or address@hidden

Also, feel free to ask if you have questions about specific features
of Debbugs.

Don Armstrong

0: Hopefully I haven't hideously broken this thread; unfortunatly, the
lack of mboxes on the web archive makes that "interesting".

1: I don't really know how you all develop emacs, so I would need
significant input on what changes were needed.

2: I don't currently have a demo of it set up, though I have had one
running in the past.
Grimble left his mother in the food store and went to the launderette
and watched the clothes go round. It was a bit like colour television
only with less plot.
 -- Clement Freud _Grimble_

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