[slime-devel] Bugtracker for Slime

Alex Ott alexott at gmail.com
Sun Aug 22 09:05:29 UTC 2010

Re all

github provides wiki + bug tracker + VCS.  And you allow many developers to
commit into single repository.  May be this will be good solution?  Because
many big projects, like erlang, clojure, and many other, use github to host VCS

I personally like fork/pull request feature - this allows to anyone, who
has no commit rights, to make some changes, and offer them to merge into

Stas Boukarev  at "Sun, 22 Aug 2010 01:32:56 +0400" wrote:
 SB> Tobias C Rittweiler <tcr at freebits.de> writes:

 >> As I've got less time hacking on stuff, or even just following
 >> mailing lists carefully, I'd like to have a way to look at issues
 >> to maybe find something to hack even after one or two months
 >> passed.
 >> I didn't feel like it was needed in past, but I'd now like
 >> to have some kind of bug tracker, or issue management system.
 >> From SBCL's experience, launchpad is pretty decent, and
 >> comes with a pretty decent mailing list interface.
 >> What are your thoughts on that matter?
 SB> I like launchpad, though trac is OK too.

 SB> And while we're at it, maybe it's appropriate to consider transition to
 SB> some more modern version control system.

With best wishes, Alex Ott, MBA
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