[dist-bugs] Looking for DBTS with web interface
brian at microcomaustralia.com.au
Tue Mar 13 23:23:11 EDT 2012
On 14 March 2012 14:15, Mark Lawrence <nomad at null.net> wrote:
> Sounds straight-forward, right? Basically what we already do today with
> email and a web browser, but with certain steps automated reducing the
> hands-on effort. Probably I'm preaching to the choir here.
I just noticed this package in Ubuntu that sounds like it might be of
interest, no idea how good it is, or if it meets your requirements.
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com>
Original-Maintainer: Christine Spang <christine at debian.org>
Depends: perl, libdatetime-perl, libdatetime-format-natural-perl,
liburi-perl, libprophet-perl (>= 0.72), libhtml-tree-perl,
Suggests: librt-client-rest-perl, libhiveminder-perl,
libnet-jifty-perl, libemail-address-perl, libwww-perl,
libnet-trac-perl, libnet-google-code-perl, libnet-github-perl,
Description-en: peer-to-peer bug tracker
SD is a peer-to-peer bug tracker that's built for sharing and use both
online and offline. With SD, you can sync your bugs back and forth
between other instances of SD, and even between SD and other bug
trackers that SD supports. Since SD does not require a network
connection for use and stores bug information locally, you can always
access your bugs, no matter where you are.
Currently, SD supports syncing between SD and RT, Hiveminder,
Trac, GitHub, Google Code, and Redmine (read-only).
SD is built on top of Prophet, a distributed database system.
Brian May <brian at microcomaustralia.com.au>
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