On 06/06/2010 12:33 AM, Geoff Beasley wrote:
If someone wants to step forward, hosting it under the umbrella (and on
the server) of linuxaudio.org will be the least issue.
>> I think the hardest part will be to isolate the most important
Bug-tracking always requires user & developer interaction (confirm,
reproduce, comment..). Merly aggregating or collecting information won't
do much good.
OTOH I really like the idea to improve interoperability between apps.
>> A way to start the system could be to collate the info using rss feeds
Testing this idea: http://planet.linuxaudio.org/bugs/
currently collects [only] ardour, jack & qtractor tracker's feeds.
Imagine how this would look with over 50 projects. I doubt it would be
very useful. But things could be improved by using more elaborate
RSS/Atom feed queries..
Anyway, this is a one-way system. Users will need to use
upstream-trackers to submit information. This somehow undermines the
idea of providing feedback for interop issues at a central location.
The easiest way to supplement this would be a linux-audio-bugs
email-list or just re-use this list.
> linuxaudio.org would indeed be a good place for such a tracker, and it
Indeed. Implementing a centralized cross-project bug & feature tracker
- possibly with bounties - can become quite complex; not to mention it
requires quite some effort to maintain it.
Please proof me wrong. It'd be a great thing to have.
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