[Ambassadors] Regional Trac instances (was: FAmSco meeting 2012-03-14 minutes)
jukka at devspain.com
Thu Mar 15 15:05:31 UTC 2012
On Thu, 2012-03-15 at 18:01 +1000, Caius Chance wrote:
> On 15 March 2012 17:52, Christoph Wickert
> <christoph.wickert at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 15.03.2012, 10:54 +0530 schrieb Buddhike
> > On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 5:01 AM, Christoph Wickert
> > <christoph.wickert at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > > * ACTION: cwickert to find out how manages fedora-apac
> > > fedora-india trac instances (cwickert, 22:18:21)
> > > * https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-apac/ is managed by
> > > harishpillay mspevack susmit (cwickert, 22:20:49)
> > Hello
> > Last APAC meeting we have discussed about the maintaining a
> > centralized trac for APAC.
> > As a result following proposal is drafted.
> Ankur already filed a ticket about this at
> While I like the idea I wonder how the actual merge will be
> done. It's
> quite a lot of work and I am not sure it's worth the effort.
> For the APAC - India instances: I reckon APAC should be merged into
> India instance, then rename India instance into APAC.
> There are hundreds of tickets in fedora-india (included closed)
> compared to under 20 in fedora-apac. However, I am not sure even if
> merging is possible?
I do not know if we Europeans think different, but this sounds like
"shooting a bird with a canon" to me!
Honestly, if there are _less than 20_ tickets in APAC trac, I think they
should be merged into the India trac _manually_!
Why make it so complicated and make some program code to automatize
something what is used "one time only" when manual work takes less than
an hour? -> it's less than 20 tickets after all!!!
Why shouldn't you just:
-close APAC trac (so no new tickets are allowed)
-rename India to APAC
-make all necessary routings so new tickets goes into the same
"India" (=new APAC) trac
-manually insert old APAC tickets again into the "India" (=new APAC)
..sorry to interfere into this from other side of the world :-)
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