pls checkout new project management site for E-Paath activities
bryan.berry at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 11:39:17 EDT 2008
btw for some annoying reason our local ISP is blocking access to
http://redmine.olenpal.org will have to fix that tomorrow.
On Mon, 2008-06-02 at 11:27 -0400, John Watlington wrote:
> Every country will need their own problem tracking and
> resolution system (probably more like RT than Trac).
> This is due to a number of reasons: language, country specific
> activities and content, the specific software release being used
> by the country, etc.
> The place to push issues from the countries (i.e. the problems that
> a country isn't able to handle themselves) is not into Trac,
> but into our support system (using help at laptop.org).
> From there, issues can be pushed into Trac.
> Adam Holt is the person who can add more detail to this brief
> flowchart... Too bad you missed the country meeting. This
> was discussed there.
> On Jun 2, 2008, at 9:55 AM, Bryan Berry wrote:
> > I have setup redmine for E-Paath and E-Pustakalaya at
> > http://redmine.olenepal.org . Please take a tour of using the guest
> > account, password guest and let me know what you think.
> > We wanted to use OLPC’s Trac set up but found it did not meet our
> > needs.
> > We have 47+ individual activities to keep track of and Trac just
> > got too
> > confusing. We also couldn't set our own project milestones and roadmap
> > using OLPC's Trac instance. We hope that redmine will make it
> > easier for
> > outside folks to contribute to E-Paath and E-Pustakalaya (E-Library)
> > development.
> > Redmine lacks a few features, notably that you can't add additional
> > folks to a ticket w/ cc: Besides that I have been quite happy so far.
> > Bryan W. Berry
> > Systems Engineer
> > OLE Nepal, http://www.olenepal.org
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