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[bug-gnuastro] Savannah trackers are set and ready

From: Mohammad Akhlaghi
Subject: [bug-gnuastro] Savannah trackers are set and ready
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2015 21:41:59 +0900
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Hi All,

The issue trackers (to manage bug reports and feature requests) on Gnuastro's project webpage are now working:

There are three sets of issue trackers:

Support tracker: This is open for any (anonymous) viewer for submitting an issue or browsing.

Bug tracker: Anyone can browse the issues in this tracker, but only Gnuastro developers can submit to it or edit items in it. The items in this tracker are issues (problems) with the existing features in Gnuastro.

Task tracker: This is mainly for future plans and feature additions. Like the Bug tracker, any (anonymous) viewer can view it. But only Gnuastro developers can modify it. I just finished adding the existing plans for Gnuastro to this tracker.

See https://savannah.gnu.org/userguide/?file=ch04.html for a complete explanation from Savannah.

These trackers (and all other development project management tools) can be found on Savannah:


There is two ways to see them:

1. From the top list of links ("main", "Homepage", ..., "News"). The "Support", "Bugs" and "Tasks" links will display all the available operations on that particular tracker in a drop down menue. This list is available from all the sub-pages of the project webpage (and will thus be the most easiest to use).

2. In the top Gnuastro project webpage, there is a "Communications Tools" box. This links to the Support tracker items (for browsing and submitting) along with all the mailing lists. The "Development tools" box has links for the other two trackers.

The issues listed in the bottom two trackers are a good starting point for anyone who is interested in participating in the development of Gnuastro.

The support tracker is an alternate to this mailing list and is open for anybody to submit to. Essentially, all issues that are submitted to the address@hidden mailing list will end up in either in the Bug or Task trackers by the developers if they are valid (like what happens to the items posted on the Support tracker).


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