[odf-discuss] Issue Tracker
Jean Hollis Weber
jeanweber at gmail.com
Wed Dec 20 17:10:44 EST 2006
Daniel Carrera wrote:
> As some you know, the ODF Viewer needs an issue tracker...
> Right now we're looking at Google Code, and we'd like some feedback:
> Advantages we see:
> * We don't have to install or maintain anything. Let Google take care of
> * It doesn't add server load, as it's hosted elsewhere.
> * We can put the viewer download links there. So that when we're popular
> we don't end up serving a lot of 9MB files.
> * The user interface is very simple and user friendly (for issue tracker
> Known drawbacks:
> * You can upload files when you submit an issue the first time, but
> after that only "members" can upload files.
I thought that was the case when I tested it earlier, but it
turned out to be user error on my part.
You *can* upload a file to an existing issue (without being a
"member"), but you have to click in the Comments box before you
see that link! Once you click, the link appears. (I think this is
> We'd like to get some feedback from this list. What do you think?
I think this is a great choice, for the reasons you mentioned. I
am very impressed with it. Google really rocks!
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