On 25/04/12 08:38, Chris Bowditch wrote: > On 24/04/2012 15:34, Vincent Hennebert wrote: >> I find that Bugzilla Just Works and is easy to use. I don’t really see >> the need to change as long as it’s available. What support do we need >> from infra anyway? But as long as I don’t have anything to do... > > Hi Vincent, > > votes count on general@ only please. This is because it is a project wide > decision not specific to FOP.
Hmmm. I did reply to the email sent to general@. Was caught by the reply-to field counter-intuitively set to fop-dev. I suppose that’s what caught the others too. Maybe we can send such emails only to general@ next time. Vincent > Thanks, > > Chris >> >> +0 >> >> Vincent >> >> >> On 17/04/12 09:15, Chris Bowditch wrote: >>> Hi All, >>> >>> We need to have a formal vote to decide if the XML Graphics project and all >>> sub projects should switch the bug tracking system from Bugzilla to JIRA. >>> The >>> main benefits of which are: >>> >>> 1. JIRA has a more modern look and feel >>> 2. Infrastructure are not equiped to support Bugzilla anymore as most Apache >>> projects are based on JIRA. Therefore should be more able to respond to >>> requests for changes. >>> >>> The downside is that someone will have to work with infra@ to organize the >>> import of bugs from BZ to JIRA. We then need to update the website links to >>> point to JIRA instead of BZ. Glenn Adams has kindly volunteered to oversee >>> the >>> migration. >>> >>> Heres my +1 >>> >>> The vote runs until 24th April. >>> >>> Thanks, >>> >>> Chris >> >