[cgiapp] SVN with integrated bug tracker Was: Status of upcoming

John Fisher john.fisher at znyx.com
Fri Sep 24 21:27:49 UTC 2004

as a configuration manager I think integration with a trouble ticket 
system is a very good idea. You'll need to know that tech support issues 
3001-3016 all involve bug 2345, which had a workaround but is now fixed, 
but only for models D,G, and S.

Christopher doesn't agree, but I think it would be wise to look at the 
integrated PHP-based environments that already have wikis, project 
management, and calendars - like xoops, phpgroupware, and phpslash.
anybody have experience there? I'd like to hear...

It would make customization issues easier if the integration covered 
pluggable apps underneath, in whatever language or languages.


Peter Masiar wrote:

> I would go for SVN first. CVS is past, and Arch has different philosophy 
> (is distributed). SVN server is central code repository, and natural 
> place for central bug tracking database and wiki with project docs.
>>  - source code browser
>>  - integrated wiki
> There was (a year ago) one project in East Asia (IIRC Taiwan), using RT 
> bug tracker framework and Kwiki wiki engine, but then they had all docs 
> in chinese - then :-(

John P. Fisher
at ZNYX Networks
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john.fisher at znyx.com

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