Subject: Re: [boost] Issues without Trac [was boost.org https certificate expired 4 month ago]
From: Stefan Seefeld (stefan_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-08-14 09:45:39
On 14/08/15 09:33 AM, Glen Fernandes wrote:
> What else do we use Trac for now besides bug reporting? Is there a plan to
> move to something else? (I couldn't find the thread that discussed a move to
> Github issues).
I think it might be best if such a decision didn't have to be taken for
all of Boost at once. Why can't individual project maintainers decide
for themselves (and their respective communities) what tools to use ?
For example, I'm actively encouraging new Boost.Python issues to be
filed on github, and I have documented that in the Boost.Python website
I find that github makes it easy to set up project-specific websites,
issue trackers, and wikis. (The only thing missing are mailing lists.)
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