[rspec-devel] Trac instead of Rubyforge tracker?

Dan North dan at tastapod.com
Thu Sep 13 17:42:59 EDT 2007


Something for the BDD (beer-driven development) todo list at RailsConf?


David Chelimsky wrote:
> On 9/12/07, Dan North <dan at tastapod.com> wrote:
>   
>>  If we're thinking about that route, I have a linux VPS on the uk backbone
>> (so it's highly available and has something like 1Gbit network access, and
>> won't get capped by Sky!).
>>
>>  I'm happy to host subversion and trac there. We can use tailor to pull down
>> the repository and all its history, which is a pretty straightforward
>> operation.
>>
>>  Let me know - I'm in Linux sysadmin mode at the moment anyway, so it
>> wouldn't be a very big chore. (We could host the rspec.org domain off it
>> too, if any of you guys own that?).
>>     
>
> rspec.org is taken. I think it's been so for a while. I've emailed the
> guy to see if he's interested in letting it go.
>
> As for tools, I've found trac to be a bit bloated. I'd like to look at
> warehouse/lighthouse.
>
> Cheers,
> David
>
>
>
>   
>>  Cheers,
>>  Dan
>>
>>
>>
>>  Jay Levitt wrote:
>>  On 9/7/2007 6:15 PM, aslak hellesoy wrote:
>>
>>
>>  On 9/6/07, Michael Klishin
>> <michael.s.klishin.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>  Guys,
>>
>> I'm trying to follow RSpec development but constantly find out that I
>> have no time to read all emails from dev list and read commit logs /
>> source changes.
>>
>> Maybe it makes sense to set up Trac? Beside being a bit better at
>> tracking requests and bug reports it has Timeline and Roadmap that save
>> huge amount of time compared to SVN logs and source digging.
>>
>> WDYT?
>>
>>
>>  Trac needs a local svn, and we can't set it up at Rubyforge. We'd have
>> to move everything away from rubyforge.
>>
>>  Subversion now allows read-only replication, though - but I'm not sure
>> if that takes configuration at rubyforge or if it can all be configured
>> replicatee-side.
>>
>> I'm guessing this would be fairly low-volume, and if so, I could host it
>> on my Linux box here at home - I have a static IP and about 768K
>> upstream bandwidth.
>>
>> If people are really interested I can look into the mirroring stuff.
>>
>> Jay
>>
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