New bug tracker: Trac
jeanphilippe.bernardy at gmail.com
Sat Jan 14 10:38:25 EST 2006
I'd wish to use Trac to manage my work on the libraries, though I
can't find a subproject or something dedicated to the base package.
Are there plans/policies regarding usage of Trac for libraries ?
On 12/6/05, Simon Marlow <simonmar at microsoft.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> We've been meaning to switch bug trackers for some time, and yesterday I
> finally got annoyed enough with SourceForge to do something about it.
> I've imported all our SourceForge tracker data into a new Trac
> Not only do we get a faster and more flexible bug tracker, but we also
> get online browsing of the darcs repository (well, for some reason it
> isn't working right now, but I hope to get it fixed). Also the Trac
> wiki will be a good place to put the User Guide annotations that we've
> been talking about.
> The bug tracker is set up to mail glasgow-haskell-bugs at haskell.org with
> any and all ticket modifications at the moment; if you're on that list,
> there will probably be an increased volume of mail as we'll be making
> more use of the bug tracker than before. My feeling is that we don't
> need to create a new mailing list for this, but by all means speak up if
> you disagree.
> The wiki is currently closed because I don't want to have to deal with
> spam. Use HaWiki for now.
> Developers with an account on cvs.haskell.org: please add yourselves as
> users on the Trac, so I can give out permissions to edit tickets. You
> create a user like this:
> - log in to cvs.haskell.org
> - htpasswd /srv/trac/ghc/trac.htpasswd <username>
> - type your password when prompted
> - let me know when you've done this
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