[Seaside] [ANN] New Issue Tracker
conradwt at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 17:58:31 UTC 2008
Hey Lukas, this was a change for the best to better support Seaside
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 9:28 AM, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Seaside users and developers,
> we setup a new issue tracker for Seaside and some of its closely
> related projects such as Scriptaculous, Comet, RSS2, ...
> We decided to move away from the Squeak Mantis system, because it
> caused more troubles than it helped. Mantis is lacking important
> features such as milestones, platform categories, sub-categories, and
> direct linking of the report form. Also it was difficult to add new
> people that can administrate the issues, as we do not have control
> over the server. The issue tracker is currently configured to send
> change notifications to the seaside-dev mailing-list (the developer
> list). This ensures that all developers get notified about bugs, not
> just a few of us.
> We (manually) moved all the open issues from Mantis to the new issue
> tracker. If you had pending issues on Mantis, please check that they
> are correctly transfered. If you have new issues don't submit them to
> Mantis anymore, but use the new system. If you don't have a Google
> account (and don't want one) it is fine to submit the bug to one of
> the Seaside mailing-lists, so that we can add it ourselves.
> If you would like to be added as a project member (in order to close
> bugs), please send a mail to seaside-dev. We currently don't use the
> wiki and the download tabs. However, we will use the source repository
> to manage Seaside related resources, such as the logos. The code
> repository remains on www.squeaksource.com of course.
> We hope that this move will make reporting and managing issues easier
> for everybody. Let the bug reports flow.
> Seaside Developer Team
> Lukas Renggli
> seaside mailing list
> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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