Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #bioperl, 2012-04-11

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15:36 scottcain Hi All--question about redmine and bioperl bugs (sort of):
15:37 scottcain I'm considering migrating GMOD's bug reporting from SourceForge to redmine.  Are there any downsides I should consider?
15:39 deafferret I don't remember any reasons why we left Redmine that are relevant to GMOD
15:39 * deafferret pines for having Mediawiki back
15:40 scottcain deafferret: "we
15:41 deafferret iinteractive.com
15:41 scottcain deafferret: finger slip...   "we" == "bioperl"?  Bioperl is still using
15:41 scottcain Ah, I see
15:42 deafferret i only used Redmine briefly when I joined then we left it
15:42 deafferret for Jira / Confluence
15:42 deafferret mostly for nested, delegated security features
15:43 scottcain I've used the Bioperl redmine track embarrassingly little, and certainly never admin'ed it.
15:43 scottcain So I don't know much about it.
15:44 deafferret yup. me neither
15:44 pyrimidine scottcain: I can easily add you as admin if you want to test run it
15:44 deafferret py<TAB>++  :)
15:44 scottcain pyrimidine: that sounds like trouble :-)
15:45 pyrimidine ah, not really
15:45 scottcain I got added to the bioperl mailing list admin years ago to solve a problem affecting how it was handling my email, and I'm pretty sure I've been doing the bulk of the moderation queue management since then
15:46 pyrimidine I have been doing some as well
15:46 pyrimidine it's like the mob
15:46 scottcain I know it's not just me ;-)
15:46 pyrimidine you try to get out, they just suck you back in
15:47 scottcain some times it just seems like it because of the enourmous amount of spam
15:48 pyrimidine I'm not sure how much admining Chris D. is doing these days
15:48 pyrimidine the redmine instance was his setup, it's hosted on a AWS micro
15:48 scottcain That's what I was thinking of doing.
15:49 pyrimidine if you want you can contact him, he had the basic image
15:49 pyrimidine though it really isn't hard to set up
15:49 scottcain I'll probably do that just to make sure.
15:50 scottcain I imagine it won't be hard to set up.  I'm more worried about usage issues.
15:50 pyrimidine I think Todd Harris asked him for it as well
15:50 * pyrimidine vaguely recalls
15:51 scottcain The reason I'm interested in it though is at the GMOD meeting, DaveC told us about a set of scripts the Galaxy folks wrote to automate adding support emails to a track to help make sure they get responded to
15:52 * scottcain needs something like that
15:52 pyrimidine I think most issue trackers can do this
15:53 scottcain Really?  I guess I have research to do.
15:53 rbuels yeah, all the bug tracks i know of have some kind of web api
15:53 rbuels and a lot of an email api
15:54 rbuels a lot *have* i mean
15:54 rbuels i did a similar thing with the Trac instance we had at SGN
15:54 pyrimidine yes, redmine also has this
15:54 rbuels didn't have as many features as dannon's
15:55 pyrimidine and if you like perl, there is even a CPAN module: https://metacpan.org/module/Net::Redmine
15:55 scottcain OK, just so I understand: somebody sends an email to gmod-gbrowse, and an issue gets created automatically, and then when it's responded to, it gets closed automatically (after a delay)?
15:55 pyrimidine yep
15:56 pyrimidine you can also add some magic to the commit msg so the issue is closed out automatically
15:56 scottcain Huh, what will they think of next to do with these new fangled computers :-)
15:56 pyrimidine 'this fixes bug #2345'
15:57 pyrimidine note this also requires having the issue tracker configured to follow commits.  You can do this with redmine, trac, etc (most have plugins for git, hg, svn, etc)
15:57 pyrimidine 'tis quite nice
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