Subject: Re: [boost] [GIT] What happens to the Trac?
From: Julian Gonggrijp (j.gonggrijp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-17 15:33:12
Dave Abrahams wrote:
> on Mon Dec 17 2012, Julian Gonggrijp wrote:
>> All valid points, but what's wrong with keeping trac for the old
>> issues while requesting (or perhaps just encouraging, initially) that
>> people submit new issues to the GitHub tracker?
> 1. We shouldn't make too many changes all at once
> 2. Fragmentation
Every GitHub repo includes an issue tracker by default (this appears
to be true of all current Boost repos as well). Users who don't know
better will submit their issues there. Are you going to switch off the
trackers for all GitHub repos (this seems to be possible) in order to
stop them? If not, how do you plan to prevent the change and
In the latter case, my suggestion to request or encourage that new
issues be submitted to GitHub might actually help to reduce
fragmentation. But I wouldn't necessarily object against closing the
GitHub trackers either.
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