From: Victor Boctor <vboctor@gm...> - 2007-12-27 07:52:32
Hi David, Glenn,
b. Collapsable regions.
c. Auto-complete for some fields
d. Population of reporters list on request in issue update page.
e. Switch from simple/advanced pages that Alex is currently working on.
f. Set focus on default field.
g. Displaying "issue #" in Jump text box when empty.
support that we need to consider.
Our support options are:
a. 1 + 2
b. 1 + 2 + 3
d. 2 + 3
So before we go further with the dicussion, I would like to get your
comments on the above to make sure we are talking the same language.
following will be available:
1. SOAP API for tools to communicate with Mantis.
2. MantisWAP for PDAs to use Mantis.
3. Mantis RSS feeds
On Dec 26, 2007 6:01 PM, David A. Desrosiers <desrod@...> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-12-26 at 20:19 -0500, Glenn Henshaw wrote:
> > With the world moving to Web 2.0, we will be left behind without
> This is a very common, and incorrect misconception about "Web 2.0"
> As long as people who are designing "Web 2.0" applications (using a hard
> _increasing_ in number they will be the ones left behind, not the users
> with these applications and devices.
> Most mobile phones, PDAs, rich readers, text-to-speech devices,
> aggregators, web services, etc. are just a handful that are gaining in
> popularity and momentum, the majority of which do not support
> requirement, you just limited your audience by a significant amount.
> vboctor, jlatour and other long-time Mantis devs have heard me discuss
> this issue many times over the years.
> functionality (i.e. submit a form), is not. Don't fall into the trap.
> We've been using Mantis for 6+ years to host our tracking for dozens of
> public, private and FLOSS projects, and I can assure you that if
> reasons) would immediately stop reporting bugs. That would in-turn cause
> us to explore replacing Mantis with another solution entirely.
> I've contributed enough to Mantis over the years from the time when
> Prescience (Kenzaburo Ito) started it and put it out there for public
> consumption until present, and I'd like to think I can still keep
> contributing to the project, but in the end, I'd rather keep my users
> happy and keep them reporting bugs, than keep the MCEs ("Magazine
> Certified Engineers") happy who are out there solely counting the number
> of "Web 2.0" applications that exist.
> David A. Desrosiers
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