On 10/02/2015 12:52 PM, Robert Haas wrote:

OK.  My reading of the thread is that the hackers who expressed an
opinion mostly preferred debbugs and the people less involved in the
project wanted something more like GitHub/GitLab.  Some people also
argued for and against Bugzilla and JIRA.  I didn't really see anybody
agitating for Redmine, so I'm not sure how far you're going to get
with that.


Right, thus call for Volunteers. If I can get a few to help me, I am willing to put my resources behind it. If I can't then I won't. I guess what I am really saying here is, "If I am going to bitch about the lack of a tracker, I better damn well be willing to put resources into fixing the problem".

So I am putting my money where my mouth is.


But I'm not really arguing against it.  We use it here at
EnterpriseDB, and it's very helpful, though it is undeniably a
[expletive]-ton of work to maintain.

Yeah, and that is any issue tracker (the ton of work to maintain).

Sincerely,

JD


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