[SciPy-dev] the public face of scipy.org (was Some Feedback)

Jonathan Taylor jonathan.taylor at utoronto.ca
Wed Nov 16 14:57:03 CST 2005

I'd also suggest that there is now a familiarity with trac amongst the
python community.  People feel comfortable with it since it is so widely
disseminated.  As well, being able to see the current checkins in the
timeline will show off the projects activity.  I hope these features
will potentially attract both more developers and more wiki contributors.


On 11/16/2005, "Robert Kern" <robert.kern at gmail.com> wrote:

>Joe Harrington wrote:
>> I don't know how painful the plone upgrade process is, but certainly
>> no more painful than rebuilding the entire site, which is what we
>> contemplate anyway with a switch to another system.
>> My point is mainly that a switch for these reasons alone isn't
>> indicated.  We might still switch for other reasons.
>Upgrading to a newer version of Plone and administering it properly *is*
>more effort than switching to Trac or Trac+Moin. Currently, the
>www.scipy.org site is the odd one out of all the sites that Joe needs to
>Robert Kern
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