I'm just not sure how productive it is to register yet another separate google project simply to use the bug tracker.  Why not use the bug tracker at code.google.com/p/flightgear?  I've been holding off pushing any particular bug tracking system, because it really makes a lot of sense to co-locate the bug tracking system with the code.

Regards,

Curt.


On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 12:18 PM, Pete Morgan <AC001@daffodil.uk.com> wrote:

Precisley the problem is that me as  amuppet doth not know where the
issue ie at, and where to report.

So at least if we can point users to a particular point, then they can
be filtered and sorted.

therby dipatched to the concerned.

At the moment its real crap.. so at least I want to use google issues as
a common complaints dept, for delegation

pete

Curtis Olson wrote:
>
>
> On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 11:58 AM, Pete Morgan <AC001@daffodil.uk.com
> <mailto:AC001@daffodil.uk.com>> wrote:
>
>     Curtis Olson wrote:
>     > I agree that a bug tracking system is a good thing.  My thoughts &
>     > hopes are that once we finalized what we were doing with our
>     eventual
>     > move away from CVS,  We would move our code to a system that
>     offers a
>     > number of developer features including an integrated bug tracker.
>     > Google does offer a nice system, but long term, it would be nice to
>     > just use the bug tracker associated with our project, rather than
>     > setup a completely new project and only use the bug tracker out
>     of it.
>     >
>     > Curt.
>     >
>     for me as an intermediate user, If there is a facility to report
>     bugs ie
>     PIEPR's then that would be cool.
>
>     So at the moment This site is for identifying bugs only.. No less or
>     more. It will be seperate atmo from source..
>
>     However recognising the bugs is THE issue.
>
>     eg one of the  three paths
>     1) dont set up a bug tracker and ignoire them
>     2) Have a bug tracker and then ignore them
>     3) Have an active bug tracer and identify problem area and resolve
>     issue..
>
>     4) Send a report to the developers that there is a bug u need to fix..
>
>     Curtis .. please endorse and go for this bucktracker please.. At least
>     that way we can all complain until we sort it.. ;-)
>
>     this way it will be a steady eddie ;-)
>     the SCM is another issue
>
>
> I'd be more inclined to use the bug trackers at
> http://code.google.com/p/simgear and
> http://code.google.com/p/flightgear but those sites are currently tied
> up with svn versus git versus hg discussions.
>
> Personally I think it could turn into a mess if we fill up this new
> site with a bunch of bug reports and then have no way to move them to
> the official site(s) later.  We also have bug trackers available at
> our sourceforge registered projects.  I always felt the sourceforge
> bug tracker was kind of slow and clunky.  The google bug tracker seems
> much nicer, and it appears it is integrated with the repository so you
> can reference specific patches or branches.  That would be harder to
> do if the bug tracker lived at a completely separate project name.  We
> lose much of the cool functionality that google offers.
>
> Regards,
>
> Curt.
> --
> Curtis Olson: http://baron.flightgear.org/~curt/
> <http://baron.flightgear.org/%7Ecurt/>
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