On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 10:46 PM, Mike McGrath <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 5 Feb 2010, Heherson Pagcaliwagan wrote:
>> Re-sending my email because the first one got held in moderation
>> (non-member to member-only list). Please disregard the duplicate.
>> Hi guys!
>> I'm about to make a presentation at Geek Camp 3.0 with the
>> following description:
>> Presentation title
>> Trac: Issue Tracking and Project Management
>> Presentation abstract
>> Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software
>> development projects. Trac strives to impose as little as possible on
>> a team's established development process and policies. For this reason
>> and more, it is being used by the Fedora Project for its fedorahosted
>> This talk will cover installation of trac and a sample trac workflow
>> for a software development project.
>> I have used trac for FreeMedia, FAmSCo and Ambassador Membership and have some
>> experience installing the software.
>> It has been suggested to me that it would be great to incorporate more
>> Fedora experience into the presentation. Can anyone indulge me with
>> the details surrounding using trac for fedorahosted.org? Champions/How
>> the present service is set up/Quotable quotes/ - those sort of things
>> that are great to throw at the audience for emphasis.
>>  http://bluepoint.com.ph/index.php?entry=20091201120156
> Just to be clear, you're looking for actual uses of fedorahosted.org and
> not 'how we set it up' stories?
Thanks for the reply Mike.
To answer your question, I'm actually interested in both. My
presentation is supposed to flow like this:
I. Discussion about Issue Tracking and Project Management (intro)
II. Discussion about trac and its features
III. Discussion about how fedorahosted.org uses trac
IV. Demo setup
For III, I'd like to illustrate two point of views - that of the
Infrastructure Team and that of a hosted project. I plan to showcase
how fedorahosted is setup and how projects use trac for project
management and/or issue tracking. For the actual use, I'm looking at
the fama instance as my example.
I hope I make sense and this clears things up...
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