DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2005-09
Re: final thoughts - bug tracking system
Since by my opinion making a bug tracking system will waste precious
dev time that could be spent on DragonFly itself, IMHO making a bug
tracking system is not a good idea.
I vote for JIRA ... but have only used bugzilla and tested JIRA once
till now so I don't know how much that counts.
> On 17:25, Wed 14 Sep 05, Hiten Pandya wrote:
> > Here is the summary/conclusion that everyone can possibly agree upon
> > including Matt.
> > It seems that we have two finalists, JIRA and Bugzilla for use as a
> > DragonFly bug/feature tracking system. In our current stage of progress
> > with the OS, writing a new bug tracking system is totally unjustified.
> > Lets go with JIRA, and play with it until the upcoming release. If the
> > DragonFly developers are satisfied then we will continue using it,
> > otherwise we switch to something else, i.e. Bugzilla or cvstrac.
> > Migrating the data from JIRA should not be a problem given that it
> > supports export into known formats.
> > If I get positive reviews about this strategy from others, then I will get
> > the ball rolling.
> > Thanks!
> > Hiten Pandya
> > hmp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Am go for that.
> - Liam J. Foy