Andrew Dunstan wrote:



Peter Eisentraut wrote:
Greg Sabino Mullane wrote:
There are a number of reasons for this, not least of which is the
enormous and ever-changing requirements such a system would have to
have.

The buildfarm is an excellent example of this.

The build farm is not an example of this. There isn't any build-farm software out there. There is, however, plenty of issue tracking software out there.

Just pointing that out. Have at it. I for one would rather set up existing issue trackers and work with them. If I could just find hardware to host it. Not that I've looked, though.


What is more, a good bug tracking system is orders of magnitude more complex that the buildfarm.

If we want something sooner rather than later, let's use something off the shelf and tailor it.

http://pgbugs.commandprompt.com (still need to configure email).

Joshua D. Drake



cheers

andrew

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