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Migrating to a single Redmine issue tracker

Added by jcw about 3 years ago

I’m not good enough at tracking issues and following up. One excuse I have is that there are too many loose ends in too many places on the web.

So I’ve started up yet another issue tracker. It’s on this site, at http://jeelabs.net/projects/development

The difference with GitHub: it’s a single spot, and has good support for tagging, adjusting, responding, and referring to issues, which will make my life easier. Not necessarily great for everyone, but the forums here remain the best place to discuss, submit, and track everything JeeQuestion’ish (yeah, they require registration - blame it on the spammers).

The JeeLib and EtherCard libraries are the only ones remaining on GitHub with issues still enabled. I intend to copy over the essence of the main ones, and then at some point close these down.

Pull requests with fixes, patches, and enhancements for the projects on GitHub remain enabled, and are always welcome.


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RE: Migrating to a single Redmine issue tracker - Added by jcw about 3 years ago

Here are all the conventions and shorthands in Redmine to link to wiki pages, discussions, commits, etc:
http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/RedmineTextFormatting

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