neundorf at kde.org
Fri Feb 24 16:54:10 GMT 2012
On Friday 24 February 2012, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 11:41 AM, Kevin Ottens <ervin at kde.org> wrote:
> > On Thursday 23 February 2012 17:39:12 Trever Fischer wrote:
> >> Random, possibly entirely unhelpful suggestion: Perhaps using our
> >> redmine install of projects.kde.org for this kind of task tracking? I'd
> >> love to see p.k.o be used as something more of a central place for devs
> >> to get together and collaborate. I keep track of all my phonon tasks in
> >> my head or community.kde.org, which is terribly inefficient. Yet, I
> >> feel it is better suited than bugzilla.
> > Yes, I'd love to have bugzilla for user support and p.k.o for managing my
> > projects roadmap and tasks (and so developers centric). As far as I know
> > there's even a way to link a bugzilla entry to a redm^Wchiliproject
> > ticket which would come in handy for those high quality long term bugs
> > you've to take care of while roadmapping. With an akonadi resource
> > talking to it on top talking to ChiliProject it'd be heaven on earth.
> > :-)
> Sysadmin is not permitting the task tracking abilities of KDE Projects
> to be used at the moment, as it is not possible to effectively use a
> bug tracker when different projects are using different trackers.
When you say different trackers, do you mean some use use p.k.o and some use
b.k.o, or do you mean using different trackers in redmine/chili ?
Beside that, I'd love to be able to use the wiki on p.k.o for the projects.
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