[SciPy-Dev] SciPy bugtracker on GitHub (a la NumPy)?

Sturla Molden sturla@molden...
Mon Jul 30 14:58:34 CDT 2012

Den 30.07.2012 21:31, skrev Ralf Gommers:

> I'm glad you like git/Github. Looking forward to more patches:)/scipy-dev

I finally figured out how git/Github works. (That is, after reading two 
books on git, I'm still not comfortable using it, but I'm trying to learn.)

Hopefully I can contribute something without just having it lost on trac.

I discovered that Patrick Varilly's last PR did not have a corresponding 
ticket on trac. I don't think a PR without a ticket is a good idea, 
although his PR explains what it does. I guess this is easier to not to 
mess up if the issues/tickets are on Github as well. (That is the reason 
I started this thread.)

Pauli: Waiting for Thouis' track -> Github migration seems like a good 
idea. I wasn't saying that trac should be closed either. :)


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