[Numpy-tickets] [NumPy] #419: Make web page links to NumPy bug report (ticket) system

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Thu Jan 11 14:05:23 CST 2007


#419: Make web page links to NumPy bug report (ticket) system
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 Reporter:  goddard  |        Owner:  somebody
     Type:  task     |       Status:  new     
 Priority:  normal   |    Milestone:          
Component:  Trac     |      Version:  none    
 Severity:  normal   |   Resolution:          
 Keywords:           |  
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Comment (by rkern):

 Replying to [ticket:419 goddard]:
 > Since the Trac ticket system will be unfamiliar to most users it would
 be helpful to make a separate bug reporting page that says a bug report is
 called a "ticket".  It should have a search form for searching tickets, a
 link to view a list of active tickets, and an explanation saying you must
 login to create a new ticket / bug report and have a link to register.
 Currently you don't even see the "New Ticket" tab unless you have logged
 in.

 The Trac site is a wiki, so please make a wiki page with the information
 that you think is necessary.

 > The sourceforge NumPy download page has bug tracking for numarray, no
 numarray downloads, and no numpy bug tracking.  This is needlessly
 confusing.  Could numarray bug tracking be moved to a separate numarray
 sourceforge project?  Could the sourceforge bug tracker summary page have
 a sentence saying bug tracking is handled at scipy.org and have a link to
 that bug tracking page?

 Actually, it's needfully confusing. The options for modifying the
 !SourceForge project page are very, very limited. I'll try to come up with
 something, though. As for moving the numarray stuff, you'll have to ask
 the numarray people.

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