[Rack] Noisebridge repo and bug tracking
thatha at thatha.org
Mon Mar 15 10:08:38 UTC 2010
THANK YOU! That's a great project!
Can we host this somewhere where it can be accessed by anybody with
minimal setup? Something like github (for Mercurial, or whatever you
On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 02:04, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
> Hi, this email is being sent to the rack list because there is more of a
> concentrated focus of people here who would actually use such a thing,
> and less of the folks who'd have many things to say about such a thing.
> I would highly appreciate it that if you think of someone who is on
> another list (such as Noisebridge-Discuss) that might find this thread
> useful, to invite them to join the Rack list instead of CCing other lists.
> So the touch panel web project has turned into something that I feel
> needs version tracking. Ian made some (comical) changes to it, and
> though I gave him lip for using Comic Sans (get it, comical!), I'm
> totally cool with him and others adding/changing things to it. Since the
> last time I touched the site it seems like CSS for some things has
> become broken. I'm fairly sure this was inadvertently my doing with
> making live edits on pony via sshfs, but none the less it got kind of
> fucked and I want to unfuck it and don't have any previous copies that I
> know work fine.
> I wanted to setup a Mercurial repo for the panel project. Then I
> realized it would be smart to include in php from the gate site too, and
> the scripts on pony, and why not even Nil's bootload image. I'm not
> exactly sure what the best way to do all this is.
> Additionally, I think having a clean, simple, easy to use bug tracker
> would be nice but not something we would totally find helpful right now.
> I think thinking about it now is good.
> Advice? Also would there be any other projects we should think about
> version control on? Configs on r00ter and gorilla?
> Rubin Abdi
> rubin at starset.net
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