On 9/28/15 6:06 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
Josh Berkus <j...@agliodbs.com> writes:
The infra team seems to be good with debbugs, and several committers
seem to like it, why not go with it?

It certainly seems like debbugs is the proposal to beat at this point.

In the end though, what matters is somebody doing the dogwork to make
it happen: connecting some tool up to our workflow and populating it
with an initial collection of items.  Until that happens, we're just
arguing in a vacuum with no way to see whether a proposal will really

Note that since they also offer a hosted solution we should use that to play with instead of trying to install it at this point.

Integrating the issue tracker looks like it's just a call to this API: http://doc.gitlab.com/ce/api/issues.html#new-issue. I don't normally do web development myself so I'd rather not figuring out how to setup a copy of the website to hack on, but if no one else wants to try it I can take a stab at it.

Presumably mirroring our git repository would work the same as it does for mirroring to GitHub. My guess is that would be enough to get the basic git/issue tracker integration working.

Commitfest could be tied in as well. Presumably each commitfest would be a milestone (http://doc.gitlab.com/ce/api/milestones.html) and each submission an issue.
Jim Nasby, Data Architect, Blue Treble Consulting, Austin TX
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