On Sun, Jun 8, 2008 at 9:26 PM, Guillaume Lelarge
> Dave Page a écrit :
>> On Sun, Jun 8, 2008 at 9:12 PM, Guillaume Lelarge
>> <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
>>> trac would be a good one : wiki, bug tracker and source browser. Seems a
>>> good deal :)
>> We use trac for the postgresql.org infrastructure and website
>> management. It seems to go wrong on a fairly regular basis :-(
> I know the webteam used it but wasn't aware of any problems.
Yeah - apparently it's got something to do with having 2 instances on
the same box. If it's not Trac's fault (as Magnus asserts), then it
must be the fault of one of it's dependencies, which is just a bad
>> Oh, and I just found this literally 30 minutes ago whilst adding some
>> data to the PostgreSQL product catalogue I've been hacking on:
>> http://www.initd.org/ (that's the psycopg site).
> Hehe. First time I heard of problems with trac. So, what about mantis ?
> dalibo uses it and it works great (yeah, I know, I can also tell the same
> about trac... PostgreSQLfr use it for the translation of the PostgreSQL
No idea about Mantis. Whatever we use, it should be as simple as
possible imho. I'd need to look into it some more.
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