[Libwebsockets] issue tracking post github
andy at warmcat.com
Thu Jun 28 04:01:07 CEST 2018
On 06/28/2018 09:50 AM, Göran Hasse wrote:
> I would recomend Redmine.
> I have used it for many years and it is quite good.
> If you know how - it is quite easy to install. I can help
> if you are interested.
Long ago I used trac for lws... it brought a lot of problems with
spam... I made it worse by not hosting it on a dedicated server to be fair.
As I wrote I am not sure "tracking issues" is actually helpful to lws
itself. Users might think that's what they want, but if you look at
redmine's own "issues":
they have 4773 open issues, 4367 of those in New state. I don't want
that :-) It somehow doesn't seem to have led to a good result for even
them as a FOSS project.
The things I do have underway that I care about, like replacing github
and QUIC, either need me to figure it out or I can't find anyone else
who wants to help, so no point tracking my own issues there either.
> Den 2018-06-27 kl. 13:14, skrev Karl Palsson:
>> I see that you're moving heavily away from github.
>> What are you plans for issue tracking in this new world?
>> Karl Palsson
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