[SciPy-dev] Created Doc Marathon Project at code.google
Thu Jun 11 09:42:56 CDT 2009
--- On Thu, 6/11/09, Pauli Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Wed, 10 Jun 2009 22:47:16 -0700, David Goldsmith
> > Hi, folks. So, you may recall I expressed want
> of a "ticketing system,"
> > primarily for myself, for NumPy Doc Wiki tasks.
> It was suggested I just
> > piggy-back on the pydocweb Project @ code.google, but
> after a
> > false-start there,
> Sorry, I'm unfortunately still a bit busy, so given the
> time difference,
> I didn't manage to reply to your previous post about this
> in time.
> > and I configured the issues
> > tracker so that only owners and members can submit
> issues (at least I
> > hope so).
> > But, I certainly want to make it available as a
> resource for
> > others to use in the advancement of the Marathon, so
> if you want to be
> > added as a member, just let me know.
> Is this a necessary restriction? The google system seems
> fairly resilient
> against spam, and it might be easier for people to
> participate if
> everyone could submit requests and suggestions.
Actually, when I went back to change it, I noted that all I'd apparently done was restrict to the availability of my custom templates (which suggests that non-members still could have submitted issues, just not as "easily"), but I went ahead and eliminated even that restriction - go wild, everyone!
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