[SciPy-dev] The future of SciPy and its development infrastructure

josef.pktd@gmai... josef.pktd@gmai...
Mon Feb 23 14:27:39 CST 2009


On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 2:47 PM, David Cournapeau <cournape@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 4:03 AM, Matthew Brett <matthew.brett@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>>> Yes, I claim this. Doing bug triaging in a web interface is already not
>>> a pleasant experience, but with trac, it just becomes very frustrating.
>>> When preparing for releases (massive bug triaging), I waste hours doing
>>> things which could be at least partially automated.
>>
>> Can I just check we've got a clear idea who is doing the most work of
>> general scipy maintenance and release?
>>
>> I have the feeling that this group is David, Stefan, Jarrod at least?
>
> Pauli has been involved too - for last scipy, Nathan has been heavily
> involved thanks to his great sparse contributions.
>
>> Then there are those of us who maintain or wrote packages. As the
>> matlab io maintainer (more or less) I would not claim to have a good
>> overview on general scipy release problems.
>>
>> Is there a successful template project workflow we can take up
>> formally - matplotlib, ipython, python?
>
> I don't know about those projects workflow, but I can tell you about
> the workflow I would enjoy:
>  - launch the bug tracker interface
>  - get all the new bugs since last time I did some bug triage
>  - select N bugs to assign to contributor joe
>  - look at all the bugs with patchs without review
> etc....
>
> Doing this in trac takes a lot of time (or is even not possible,
> unless you type your own SQL queries). With something integrated to
> vi, a bit like an email interface, it would be much more pleasant.
>
> Imagine that instead of svn, you would have to use a web interface to
> commit, diff, log every revision. I think people would quickly become
> crazy,
>
> cheers,
>
> David

I was looking at the changes in 0.11. in trac and I found a trac
commandshell (I just found it, I didn't try it out, the google code
source is very recent)

http://code.google.com/p/tracshell/
http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/TracShellScript

Also the trac instance of edgwall.org has ticket query by last
modified date. So, in comparing ticket systems the current trac
release and not 0.10.2 should be compared to the alternatives

Josef


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