<URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=16811 >
On 11/30/07, Jason Dorje Short <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> <URL: http://bugs.freeciv.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=16811 >
> Daniel Markstedt wrote:
> > freeciv.org: Our own aging servers in Paul's basement. Are they up to
> > the task?
> To be avoided.
> > sourceforge.net: The question was if bugzilla could run on SF.net webspace?
> Would be nice.
"Disk Quota: Each project is provided 100MB of disk space for their
usage." I'm quite sure the RT database ecxeeds that already. (
> > icculus.org: IIRC, this was Per's contact. Status?
> > seul.org: IIRC, this was Egor's contact. Status?
> Is that any better than freeciv.org?
> What about GNA?
If you mean the tracker, there was the problem that all projects use
common bug numbering. If we were to import a database of tens of
thousands of reports, it'd upset that system.
> To me the biggest issue is carrying over the bug database. Not that
> this is a show-stopper since it's clear that RT is not going to last
> forever and the longer we wait the worst the problem there will get -
> but, as RT is a simple database and bugzilla (or whatever) is a simple
> database it really shouldn't be too hard to transfer the whole thing over.
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