From: Christoph Zwerschke <cito@on...> - 2005-10-27 15:49:17
I'm currently going through the tracker and task items on the
SourceForge page, closing all tasks that have been done, are not
applicable any more or are simly obsolete due to long time.
Do we need all 4 trackers (Bugs, Support Requests, Patches, Feature
Requests) and the task manager? Maybe at least a part of them should be
disabled. My suggestion is to close the task manager and maintain only
one central public tracker on SourceForge for everything. I would move
all interesting issues from the task manager and the other trackers
there. It's bad to have everything so much scatterd with nobody
monitoring these lists anyway.
From: Christoph Zwerschke <cito@on...> - 2005-10-28 04:16:32
In order to consolidate things a bit, I have now
closed/disabled the following on SourceForge:
- the "Support Request" tracker:
has never been used anyway, use webware-discuss instead
- the task manager:
has not been used since years;
I have copied ideas and tasks which were still open
to the future.html file
- the CVS access:
use svn.w4py.org instead
I have put a WE_HAVE_MOVED message in the root
and disabled CVS access in the menu
The trackers "Bugs", "Patches" and "Feature Requests"
will be left open. New entries go to this mailing list, too.
From: Jason Hildebrand <jason@pe...> - 2005-10-28 14:27:01
On Fri, 2005-10-28 at 06:16 +0200, Christoph Zwerschke wrote:
> In order to consolidate things a bit, I have now
> closed/disabled the following on SourceForge:
> - the "Support Request" tracker:
> has never been used anyway, use webware-discuss instead
> - the task manager:
> has not been used since years;
> I have copied ideas and tasks which were still open
> to the future.html file
> - the CVS access:
> use svn.w4py.org instead
> I have put a WE_HAVE_MOVED message in the root
> and disabled CVS access in the menu
Thanks, Chris. This is a much-improved situation.
Jason D. Hildebrand
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