On Thu, 30 Aug 2012, Marko Lindqvist wrote:
As I've got freeciv-web codebase almost up to date with freeciv
server, time to begin handling things in a more controlled manner.

This is absolutely great news. I have been following your progress on github, and I know that this was a big job. What are your next plans for freeciv-web?

I still hope that we can find a server to run freeciv-web on. It is much better to improve the code-base if you have a live server to test changes on. Does anyone on this mailing list have a server where freeciv-web could run?

far I have not reported any bugs as they have been more than likely to
get fixed as sideproduct of general codebase update. Now it's time to
start writing bugreports down, so those that are not immediately
fixed, will not get forgotten.
For now I use freeciv bugtracker which already has freeciv.net
category, but I really don't know if that's optimal solution, or if we
should organze this differently. freeciv-web code does not live in
same repository as freeciv, and mixing bugreports for the two may
cause confusion (while freeciv-web has its own category, it's easy to
miss that particular incoming bugreport is not something to fix in
freeciv but in freeciv-web)

It's a good idea to have all bugreports for freeciv and freeciv-web in the same bugtracker. The TODO file can also be a source for improvement ideas and bugs:


 - Andreas

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