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Re: more info needed on Issue Management

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-06-02 16:17:37 CEST

Thanks for your interest!

The "Issue Manager" role is a person, not a piece of software, but
anyway it's probably not appropriate for the Google Summer of Code
program. Take a look at the coding tasks elsewhere on that page,
though.

We probably should change the Summer of Code home site to point to a
different Subversion page, one targeted specifically at SoC. We got
involved in SoC somewhat late, so we pointed at project_tasks.html and
started updating that page, instead of creating a whole new page. In
retrospect, a separate page might have been better.

Best,
-Karl

Bikash Agarwalla <bikash.agarwalla@gmail.com> writes:
> I am a graduate student studying at Gatech, Atlanta. I am interested
> in working on the Issue Management project listed on
> http://subversion.tigris.org/project_tasks.html as part of google
> summer coding.
>
> I am interested in learning more about the present architecture of
> "bug database", the usage scenarios, and interactions with any other
> modules in subversion. I have the following specific
> questions:
> A) what are the differences in architecture for patch manager,
> release manager ? What makes
> the issue manager different from the above in terms of architecture or
> possible algorithms?
> B) How does one determine whether a task is bit-sized task? Is it
> done by the developers or automatically through a program on a
> periodic basis?
> I am interested in learning more about the existing implementation
> and what is required as part of this project. I am also interested in
> investigating the existing problems and coming up with new designs if
> necessary and implementing the enhancements. Please provide me any
> additional details that may help me in understanding the problem.
>
> Regards,
> -Bikash Agarwalla
> Graduate Student, Gatech
> Atlanta, GA
> http://www.cc.gatech.edu/~bikash
>
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