After a full day of configuration/customization we got a new Bugs Tracker for the project to replace current, complicated and unused labs.
Bugs tracker URL: http://bugs.slitaz.org/
Simple to use:
- One tracker
- 4 priority: critical, standard, feature, task
- 6 status possibilities for an issue
To feel up a bug a user must at least put a title and priority. I did a theme matching the all SliTaz Network and hope it’s clean and clear for you. I also did a Roundup template for slitaz to initialize de DB with custom field, Roundup is written in Python so it’s a pleasure! Roundup is also a very good friend of Mercurial (also Python) and used by Hg developers them self.
On the design side, I removed all border from table, make font bigger, etc. If you find we should have a bottom-border to separate the bugs list, let me know, but I will probably not anser to your request because i LOVE our new tracker like it is.
That said, we still need to make a deep integration with Hg so when we do a commit related to a bug it will update/close the issue. If some wants to take in charge the task: http://bugs.slitaz.org/issue8
There is also an ajustement to due with emails. I use smpt.slitaz.org to send mail but dont know own to receive mail (when a user register he can valid is account with an url but also by sending a mail to roundup). To work we must set up a mail dir or a dedicated POP account for Roundup.
There is some docs on Roundup website about email gatteway so we can send or update bug by mail. Is ther someone motivated to this task ? More information at: http://bugs.slitaz.org/issue9
Now I’m feeling up some tasks for 4.0 so have a look to http://bugs.slitaz.org/ and pic up a task if you want to help with SliTaz 4.0 stable release.