[Mono-list] Mono Project: Next Steps

Ian Norton inb at ncipher.com
Sat Jul 9 05:23:32 EDT 2011

Rimas Kalpokas <rimas.kalpokas at gmail.com> wrote:


Let's not make the same mistake as was made with BitKeeper.. ;)


On 9 July 2011 03:13, Matthew Winter <wintermi at teratools.com> wrote:


Since all the Mono source is on GitHub, why not use the GitHub Issue Tracker[1].

I have not compared it with YouTrack, so could not say how it stacks up.

I do however like the simplicity and integration the GitHub Issue Tracker provides. It is also being used on many large open source projects.


[1] https://github.com/features/projects/issues

On 09/07/2011, at 12:45 AM, Dale Ragan wrote:

Miguel de Icaza wrote: 

we have packages, we will setup a new website for the Mono project 
where we can host the software and the other project resources, like a 
wiki, forums, etc.  So we are working on a separate domain to host both a
Mono web site and the software, and that should be up in the next week 
or two.

How would the community feel switching from Bugzilla to YouTrack[1]?  YouTrack is free for open-source projects and there's instructions[2] on how to import Bugzilla issues into YouTrack.  I hear nothing but gripes about Bugzilla and I think this would be a good time to switch if everybody is in agreement.


[1]:  http://www.jetbrains.com/youtrack/ 
[2]:  http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/YTD2/Import+from+Bugzilla 

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+1 for github issue tracker,

Id be wary about the jetbrains offer.

I would vote for debian bugs as my company made it, but I wont ;)
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