FAQ

On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Jackson, DeJuan wrote:
On 29-Jun-99 Jackson, DeJuan wrote:
Would a PostgreSQL / PHP solution be practical for the Feature/Bug
tracking?
(I'm thinking specifically of the mirrors here.)
-DEJ
How 'bout JitterBug? http://samba.anu.edu.au/jitterbug/
or GNATS: http://www.cs.utah.edu/csinfo/texinfo/gnats/gnats.html
I've tried GNATs, and didn't really like it...its worked effectively at
FreeBSD, but...

Ouch, JitterBug looks painful :(

I'm willing to install either, but I think that GNATs, from what I'm used
to of it, is the better one, since it allows for email based bug
reports...
Will it allow for feature requests as well as bug reports/updates?
And how will this affect the mirrors? Do they have to install the
same software? Will they get static bug report pages that they update once
a day?
I have no clue how the mirroring works.
The mirrors are pretty much only those that are 'static'...anything using
a database backend (or similar...ie. ht/Dig) are purely on the main
site...
Folks,

Not sure if this is the right place to request this, but here are
some
things I, as a satisfied user of PostgreSQL, would like to see done
(and
I'd be glad to help where I can). All of these are just
suggestions
geared to the care and feeding of the PostgreSQL user community.
These are all good ideas. The problem is getting someone to devote
the
time to it. We normally focus on announcing features as they are
completed, not tracking features and request counts. They would be
of
value, but we have to weigh the value against actual development
time.
It would certainly be nice to have all the things you mention, but
considering our time is limited, I think we are properly allocating
the
time we have.
Marc G. Fournier ICQ#7615664 IRC Nick: Scrappy
Systems Administrator @ hub.org
primary: scrappy@hub.org secondary: scrappy@{freebsd|postgresql}.org

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