[quagga-dev 5531] Re: Bug tracking system for Quagga
jrhett at netconsonance.com
Mon Jun 30 23:30:09 BST 2008
I have no opinions on which one to use, but I thought I'd mention that
1. I'm a SQL/Perl expert familiar with bugzilla's db schema
2. I'm doing a very similar upgrade in our shop soon
I might be able to do the work for you to retain the data unless
there's some special issues you haven't described yet.
On Jun 30, 2008, at 11:45 AM, Paul Jakma wrote:
> For various reasons, it's unlikely we're going to be able to
> maintain continuity of data with our bugzilla system. (It needs to
> be upgraded but, unless there's a Bugzilla/SQL/Perl expert willing
> to donate probably several days of time, we're not going to be able
> to move all the data from the current hacked-for-PostgreSQL bugzilla
> to a supported Bugzilla version).
> So, as we're going to lose continuity anyway, we should consider
> carefully what bug tracking system to upgrade to.
> - Bugzilla?
> Pro: Everyone uses bugzilla
> Pro: We might be able to get /some/ of the bug data across,
> Con: It's big and ugly
> - Trac?
> Pro: Integrated SCM and ticket system
> Con: Integrated SCM and ticket system
> Con: Developed for SVN, thus restricting SCM choice.
> (plugins available for other SCMs, e.g. git and mercurial -
> but not integrated to trac proper, afaict)
> - Mantis?
> Pro: Looks nice
> Con: Is it used much?
> What other systems are out there?
> The major criteria are:
> - easy to install
> - maintainable, particularly with regard to ease of upgrades.
> - preferably reasonably widely used..
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