common repository for the project
Thomas von der Elbe
ThomasvonderElbe at gmx.de
Sat Mar 27 11:15:15 EDT 2010
Thank you Philippe, for setting up Bitbucket!
I like the Issue-Tracker very much.
And I also like the idea of having the Software at more than just one
But Mike, since you have your own place for the software at zelea.com,
there is no need for you to setup a tracker in bitbucket too, is there?
So we could just use Philippes there and also use the issue-tracker
connected with it. I wouldnt want to have more than 1 of those. It
wouldnt make sense, would it?
Michael Allan schrieb:
> Philippe Schelté wrote:
>> In fact to have only one shared tracker we should use only one url
>> if you search for Votorola in the bitbucket site we find only my repos
>> so there is a kind of hierarchical determination for the repos.
>> Bitbucket allow you to get your own tracker, but the main tracker is
>> still the first repos that have uploaded the sources.
> Now we see both (I guess it just takes time):
>> Concerning the ability to assign the issue without explicit
>> permissions, this is the same with Launchpad, I think that users of
>> this kind of tools have enough deontology to respect each others and
>> don't abuse from this right. I know that sounds strange but it
>> probably works indeed. Nevertheless assigning needs to have an account
>> at least.
> (I agree, this is unlikely to be a problem.) So I guess we'd each
> check here now and again, to see if anyone's assigned us new work to
> do: http://www.bitbucket.org/philippes/votorola/issues/mine/
> I'm "following" http://www.bitbucket.org/philippes/votorola/issue/3/
> I want to see new comments, and other changes. Where do I look?
> How does bitbucket compare with other issue trackers/taskers? Has
> anyone looked at alternatives?
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