fred trotter wrote:
All of this sounds great. It seems to me
that this might be
a time for you to migrate to distributed development version control. I
think it -is- a security risk to give some random stranger like me
subversion access, but I think if you were using git or mercurial, then
you would have a much easier time dealing with folks like me, who merely
want to have a cohesive way to collaborate on your codebase.
I have only briefly looked at GIT so I should spend some time to
investigate. I like the distributed approach. The only problem with it
currently is that there is no mature Eclipse (Java IDE) plugin yet (they
are working on one). I will investigate how hard it is to bridge between
SVN and GIT. It seems that git-svn can interface between SVN and GIT.
I would recommend launchpad.net
<http://launchpad.net> as a
system that we in the Open source healthcare industry have been
gravitating to. Is something like that a possibility? VCS access is not
as important to me as merely having a formal way to interface my bugs
and feature requests and patches against your running VCS. So even
merely moving to sourceforge etc would help me...
I have been looking at Jira for bug/feature tracking
). The main reason why I prefer
Jira is that it's using Java which I more comfortable with than python.
Jira is free for open source projects, well known and widely used.
Would Jira provide the features you require for bug/feature tracking?
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