[FFmpeg-devel] The roundup bug tracker

Diego Biurrun diego
Fri Oct 3 12:25:04 CEST 2008

On Fri, Oct 03, 2008 at 12:19:03PM +0200, Luca Barbato wrote:
> Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> > 
> > Id like to repeat lucas call for help to admin the roundup tracker!
> > There are several issues open, some of them being
> > * backups
> * file storage


> > * preventing users from doing things they should not be able to, which
> >   in some cases could cause a very serious mess.
> > * fixing attachments and the odd issue of randomized messages
> > 
> > Suggestions for switching to different bug tracker are welcome as well
> > provided that its better than roundup and we have someone who is willing
> > to admin it.
> Here a list of bugtrackers:
> - bugzilla 3.2 now supports everything Michael wanted from a bugtracker.
> - redmine looks like an improved trac and it's in ruby (thus requires a
> bit of care to scale properly)
> - trac itself got better (yet with large margins to improve)
> - mantis looks annoying as usual
> Given the experience with roundup I'd move to bugzilla 3.2 once it is
> released. At least there is more documentation and a wider userbase...

Good old Bugzilla...

Anyway, I think the problem with Roundup are the regressions, not
Roundup itself.  It used to work rather well in the beginning, but now
it is broken.  If you could restore it to its previous state, that would
be wonderful.


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