[Live-demo] Planing Roadmap in OSGeo Trac for Live Project
gcpp.kalxas at gmail.com
Mon Apr 2 03:25:10 PDT 2012
On 04/02/2012 12:42 PM, Frank Gasdorf wrote:
> Hallo List,
> Is it possible to define several milestones for the osgeo live project
> in Trac. IMHO its a good way to coordinate several activities and
> committers. In addition we can use Milestones to write down release
> notes and included tickets for bugs enhancements and tasks. An other
> PRO is to the change to link bugs to the relevant released version.
> What do you think about defining a new Milestone 'OSGeo Live 6.0' and
> a version 'OSGeo Live 5.5' right here :
> http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo/admin/ticket/versions (maybe for the older
> releases as well (5.0, 4.5))
> If anybody got bug reports or have other issues with the current or
> prior release we could associate the bugs to the matching version.
> What do you think about such a management improvement? I could help
> defining and managing such milestones. Properly we could plan a next
> release on IRC and put relevant issues/tasks into the basket.
> What do you think about coordinate translations with such Trac-tasks
> instead of an wiki-Page
> (http://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/Talk:Live_GIS_Translate). IMHO its quite
> easy to assign tickets to myself and everybody have a clue whats in
> the pipeline and who is working on. And properly who needs help to
> finish tasks for an upcoming release.
> Feedback is warmly wellcome
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> Live-demo at lists.osgeo.org
I agree that we should use Trac in more depth for our 6.0 development.
We also have to clear old bug reports and associate them with the latest
release, as you suggest.
For the coordination of translations though I think the current tools
serve us well, since each language is maintained by separate teams, so
we do not need to put much details in Trac (this would require enough
effort). If you just mean to track milestones for translations (eg
Overviews completeness, Quickstart completeness, sync of each language
with trunk english documents etc) then +1 from me.
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National Technical University of Athens
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