On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 12:01 PM, Natanael Copa <natanael.copa_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> So, we come to bugtracking.
> Timo and Nathan and me wants to try mantis. Carlo wants redmine and have
> already started set up one.
> Things I fear/dont like with redmine:
> * It does it all. I want use cgit for the git repositories. probalby we
> want mediawiki (or docuwiki) for documentation.
> * Its ruby on rails. A language I'm not familiar with. I fear its slow
> and heavy.
> Things that I think might be possitive:
> * once its set up we dont need to look for a wiki for official site. so
> it seems to do the job for us.
> * active development
> * Carlo have already a demo running. noone have managed to set up mantis
> * good email integration? havent looked to close to it though.
> Maybe we can turn off things like timekeeping etc to make it simpler?
> I suggest we turn off all features and enable things when we need/want
> them. Better to have few used features than tons of unused ones.
> Carlo, would you like to take the lead for bugtracker? You are already
> doing a very good job.
I dont mind setting it up on my vserver install, I will try that this
weekend if my gf allows me to :).
My prefered setup will be:
I'm not sure how well sqlite will scale on this setup, I will need to
check. Another issue we have with sqlite is no way of doing HA. We
could think of solutions in the future which would request remote
database access, although we could probably fix this with a SOA
I Also see ruby as something i prefer not to use. I have no experience
in ruby and no experience in setting up rails, its just that i like
redmine that much that I'm willing to invest some free time in it to
get it running. So if anybody has ruby knowledge inhere go ahead and
jump on the train.
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Received on Fri Mar 06 2009 - 17:56:25 GMT