[GRASS5] Bug tracking system ?
frank.koormann at intevation.de
Mon Dec 18 09:17:33 EST 2000
* Markus Neteler (neteler at geog.uni-hannover.de) [001218 14:28]:
> Hi Frank,
> On Mon, Dec 18, 2000 at 02:21:39PM +0100, Frank Koormann wrote:
> > Hi Andreas, Hi List,
> > * Andreas Lange (Andreas.Lange at Rhein-Main.de) [001218 03:18]:
> > > Hi Markus Hi all,
> > >
> > > i think one problem is that it is not quite clear from the web-page and
> > > from within GRASS how to report a bug. Currently we have:
> > >
> > [...]
> It's on the main page now.
> > > I think that we need to bring this all together in one place (the
> > > bugzilla system).
> > >
> > > Could someone give me a pointer on how to interface the bugzilla (or the
> > > setup planned) via mail?
> > > I want to setup a bug-reporting system from within GRASS, as i think
> > > that the data could be generated automatically with minimal user input.
> > > But somehow this info has to be fed into the bugzilla database.
> > I talked to Bernhard yesterday, the decision goes into the direction
> > Request Tracker (RT, http://www.fsck.com/projects/rt/) since it
> > provides the features Bernhard listed above.
> This RT looks interesting! Does it allow to file a bug *without* having
> to register? I fear that many people won't report if the have to register
> first. Couldn't find an answer on the RT page (maybe I have overseen that).
As I read the Users Guide
someone submitting a bug (a "requestor" in RT terminology) can send
reports by email and is identified only by email-address, without prior
login or registration.
Frank Koormann http://intevation.net/~frank/
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