To be fair, Apache Bloodhound (incubating) is just one option. We
could preserve issue numbers with a migration to Bugzilla, Jira, or
Google Code. (not sure if other options have been raised as options,
in the past)
My leanings are towards Google Code's tracker, but I like the idea
that Apache Bloodhound could integrate with our version control (where
GC never could).
The migration tool is an important point. We're still on IssueZilla at
tigris, primarily because we don't have a migration tool.
On Sat, Aug 11, 2012 at 1:46 AM, Branko Čibej <brane_at_wandisco.com> wrote:
> I'm not aware of there being a way to avoid signing up to Tigris. I
> suppose the nice thing to do would be to migrate our tracker to
> Bloodhound, because that might be the only way to preserve issue
> numbers. Of course, that'll have to wait for proper multi-prodct support
> and a few other goodies in Bloodhound, and of course would require a
> migration tool.
> -- Brane
> On 10.08.2012 22:05, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
>> [ forwarding to dev@ ]
>> Katherine Marsden wrote on Thu, Aug 09, 2012 at 11:36:58 -0700:
>>> Is there a way to add a comment to a subversion issue without
>>> agreeing to Colabnet terms? I would like to add the following
>>> question/comment to Issue 2725. Unfortunately, in my current
>>> position, I need to get specific legal review of any terms to which
>>> I agree, so cannot sign up for a tigris account at this time. Are
>>> there plans to migrate the bug tracking system to Apache soon?
>>> Anyway if I cannot add the comment myself I would most appreciate
>>> if someone could add this comment and answer the question in the
>>> issue. Thank you for your time.
>>> issue 2725 Add ability to push configuration options into JavaHL
>>> Am I correct that this feature would provide the capability for
>>> ignoring whitespace to subceclipse:
>>> http://subclipse.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=1200 ?
>>> This would be very valuable to the Derby community as we are
>>> reformatting our code to remove spaces. I would just like to add my
>>> vote and would be willing to test drive changes as appropriate for
>>> javaHL newbie.
>>> I can be reached at email:
>>> kmarsdenderby_at_sbcglobal.net or kmarsden_at_apache.org
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