[Numpy-discussion] Issue Tracking
Mon Feb 13 14:44:55 CST 2012
> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 12:12 AM, Travis Oliphant <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm wondering about using one of these commercial issue tracking plans for NumPy and would like thoughts and comments. Both of these plans allow Open Source projects to have unlimited plans for free.
> Free usage of a tool that's itself not open source is not all that different from using Github, so no objections from me.
> YouTrack from JetBrains:
> This looks promising. It seems to have good Github integration, and I checked that you can easily export all your issues (so no lock-in). It's a company that isn't going anywhere (I hope), and they do a very nice job with PyCharm.
I do like the team behind JetBrains. And I've seen and heard good things about TeamCity. Thanks for reminding me about the build-bot situation. That is one thing I would like to address sooner rather than later as well.
> Haven't looked into this one in much detail. I happen to have a dislike for Confluence (their wiki system), so someone else can say some nice things about JIRA.
> Haven't tried either tracker though. Anyone with actual experience?
> What Mark Wiebe said about making it easy to "manage the issues" quickly and what Eric said about making sure there are interfaces with dense information content really struck chords with me. I have seen a lot of time wasted on issue management with Trac --- time that could be better spent on NumPy. I'd like to make issue management efficient --- even if it means a system separate from GitHub.
> Issue management is a very important part of the open-source process.
> While we're at it, our buildbot situation is much worse than our issue tracker situation. This also looks good (and free): http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity/
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