[GRASS-dev] spam in bug tracker

Markus Neteler neteler at itc.it
Mon Oct 2 06:03:34 EDT 2006

On Mon, Oct 02, 2006 at 10:28:04AM +0200, Bernhard Reiter wrote:
> On Sunday 01 October 2006 16:16, Markus Neteler wrote:
> > ... but: we don't have an admin outside of Intevation AFAIK...
> True, I have meant superuser rights on the machine.
> > (who could also change Harmish to Hamish in RT).
> You or Hamish can do that as far as I know.

I tried, I cannot...
While I am listed as admin, I don't seem to have admin
rights :-) (which is ok).
> > I feel that GRASS folks would love to switch the BT now,
> > what does Intevation think? Besides the spam problem, we
> > basically have the missing patch management problem in RT.
> It is fine to start using the Gforge Tracker of wald.intevation.org now
> for GRASS. We need a migration policy of course.
> And the decision how many project for GRASS we want to register on wald.
> Should we seperate grass-windows or grass-doc or not?
> My feeling is: We do not want to seperate, yet.

I agree.

> For phase a) we would only enter new issues in the gforge tracker 
> and keep the old tracker.
> Also possible: If an issue is acted upon, transfer if to the tracker.

This sounds very good to me.

> Next we need a script to transfer the 500 open issues to the new tracker.
> Also there is the decision of where to archive the handled issues.
> My suggestion would be to keep the request-tracker running for documentation
> purposes.

Also agreed.


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