[Numpy-discussion] YouTrack testbed
Sun Apr 1 06:02:15 CDT 2012
On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 9:45 PM, Travis Oliphant <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> The idea is to allow people to test-out YouTrack for a few weeks and get
> to know it while we migrate bugs to it. it looks like it is
> straightforward to export the data out of YouTrack should we eventually
> decide to use something else.
The interface looks good, but to get a feeling for how this would really
work out I think admin rights are necessary. Then we can try out the
command window (mass editing of issues), the rest API, etc. Could you send
those out off-list?
> The idea is to host it on an external server (Rackspace or AWS that
> multiple people are able to admin). So far, I like the keyboard interface
> and the searchable widget on top. We will continue to work on moving
> tickets into the system.
I assume you're doing that based on
discussed before keeping the conversion code somewhere public, is that
possible already? Then we can also see the Trac --> YouTrack mapping. For
example, it was unclear to me if "fix versions" equal Trac Milestones or
On Mar 30, 2012, at 7:33 PM, Charles R Harris wrote:
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 4:08 PM, Maggie Mari <email@example.com>wrote:
> Hello, everyone.
> I work with Travis at Continuum, and he asked me to setup a YouTrack
> server that everyone is welcome to play around with. There is a test
> project currently set up, with some fake tickets.
> Here is the address:
> It's running on an AWS micro instance, so it might be slow at the moment.
> Any feedback or comments would be welcome.
Looks nice, although it will take a little getting used to. It's hard to
tell with these things until you have actually made some use of them. Is it
configurable? I was wondering what sort of feedback you were looking for.
Who will have access to these issues? Is this going to be hosted at
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