[squeak-dev] Mantis new login registration (was: Same Dates are not equal)
Christoph.Thiede at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de
Sun Feb 6 18:29:42 UTC 2022
> I think generally there should be an option that we have a central place for issue tracking and where the developers can add email notification if they want to be informed. Everybody else look only from time to time on the issue tracker and is not disturbed by emails.
This is so true. +1 for using setting up GitHub Issues for the Squeak Trunk and mirroring all messages to squeak-dev, just like we are already doing for the VM with the OpenSmalltalk-VM Bot. (But this bot deserves some small improvements, such as always displaying the name of the original author.) This way we would not even add an irrevocable dependency on the GitHub company. I could also try to import the metadata from these issues in Squeak Inbox Talk so that we could establish a clear view of all metadata ...
Von: Squeak-dev <squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org> im Auftrag von Jörg Belger <unique75 at web.de>
Gesendet: Sonntag, 23. Januar 2022 21:21:36
An: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
Betreff: Re: [squeak-dev] Mantis new login registration (was: Same Dates are not equal)
Ok if it is old then I do not need Mantis. But the mailing list is also not a good option for a long time, because I get all the other emails from other issues where I am not interested in.
I think for the future and for a more professional working together it would be helpful to have a better issue tracker. I think an option could be simply the GitHub site where somebody can add repositories for several Squeak projects and then you have an issue tracker out of the box. Pharo do that in this way. The only thing I don’t like is that Pharo also uses Github as main source repository. I think that is the wrong way, because you lost the version history for single packages like in Monticello. Guthub allows only to commit the full repository, that is what I understand so far, maybe I am wrong. I do not like also to think in repository branches and full commits, I want to think in packages and want to load a specific version of a package without resetting all other package versions to the same repository branch. I am coming from VisualWorks Store and I am of course spoiled by that package versioning system.
I think generally there should be an option that we have a central place for issue tracking and where the developers can add email notification if they want to be informed. Everybody else look only from time to time on the issue tracker and is not disturbed by emails.
> Am 23.01.2022 um 21:07 schrieb David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com>:
> Hello J??rg,
> I am not sure who is our admin on the old Mantis site, so I am
> sending CC to our box-admins list to ask.
> The Mantis site is quite old and no longer actively used. Asking
> your questions here on the squeak-dev list is still the best thing
> to do.
> On Sun, Jan 23, 2022 at 07:35:24PM +0100, J??rg Belger wrote:
>> I wanted to make a bug request in Mantis, but I did not found a
>> registration link, I tried also to use the normal Login form and
>> checked the ???Save Login???, because I thought it will then use
>> it as new registration, but it does not. I was already registered
>> on the Squeak dev mailing list some weeks ago, but I deleted my
>> subscription, because I do not want to get always emails from
>> other things, that are not interesting for me. The chat is also
>> not really useful, when always the same people post things about
>> their effort in their projects. So I think I will delete my
>> subscription again until I got an answer to this email here.
>> It would be helpful if somebody can tell me how I can add a
>> login for Mantis, so that I can make bug request there. If I
>> have more experience with Squeak maybe I will also have a look
>> on other issues in Mantis. But currently for me it is only
>> disturbing to get so much other things, so the mailing lists
>> and chat is currently nothing for me.
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