Subject: Re: [boost] Trac
From: Damian Vicino (damian_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-09-03 14:14:44
I'd being using boost for at least 6 years, and I don't remember any boost
wiki. Do someone has access to check the request log of that wiki and
confirm if there is traffic (aside from robots)?
Maybe nobody is reading and that will make easier to decide to shut it
down. Or maybe, that is the most visited page ever and it will not be a
2018-09-02 4:51 GMT-04:00 Raffi Enficiaud via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]>:
> On 02.08.18 13:35, James E. King III via Boost wrote:
>> One thing Trac provides that github does not is a way to summarize the
>> backlog (it has) for all components:
> Yes, and I like that feature somehow. Is there any mean on GitHub to
> populate release notes automatically from the issues and PRs that have been
> merged on master between 2 tags?
> however the list of Maintainers in Trac is stale:
> Trac has been used and (still is) as a wiki and ticket tracking system.
> A wiki needs maintenance, this page you are pointing is outdated and not
> maintained, better removing it.
> All in all, if we remove the ticketing system from trac making it read
> only, there is no point providing a wiki like system as well, especially if
> this one is not being maintained.
> Relevant information for development and use of boost should go to the
> boost.org website, or to the boost superproject wiki on github (which has
> been partially done).
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