[tor-project] [Invite] Meeting to discuss features for lightsaber (a trac-cli utility)
isabela at torproject.org
Wed Feb 22 18:09:39 UTC 2017
Just a quick note to follow up on this meeting. We did had the meeting
and the discussion moved to 'should we patch trac or replace trac' -
lots of fans on replace trac front :) including hiro who is the current
That said, we know that way more people uses trac at tor than what was
in that meeting.
So we decided to create a survey asking the same question with a little
bit more information on how we would go about on the 'replace trac' task
if that is the favorite one.
Please expect such survey by end of February, we hope to run it for a
couple of weeks and close before Amsterdam meeting. This way we could
move on with the result by having a discussion in Amsterdan (hiro would
be leading this :)
On 2/16/17 10:06, isabela wrote:
> Hi there o/
> just a reminder that this is happening tomorrow (Friday 02/17)
> On 2/13/17 10:13, isabela wrote:
>> Hello Tor,
>> Me and Hiro will be meeting this Friday (Feb 17) at 1400 UTC at
>> #tor-project to discuss features to lightsaber, a trac-cli utility to
>> interact with Trac that Hiro is working on.
>> == Background:
>> Around an year ago the Network Team discussed the idea of having a
>> command line tool to interact with Trac, so you could use it to query
>> Trac in ways you can't really do with their UI.
>> This was part of a broader discussion around pain points we had on the
>> team development process (other things came out of it that solves other
>> problems e.g. git lab for long code reviews).
>> == What we will do at the this meeting:
>> As we were discussing this tool we listed some wishes we had for it in a
>> When Hiro joined Tor I showed this pad to her and she came up with
>> At this meeting we will review what is in that pad and try to define
>> concrete features we could add to lightsaber.
>> == Invitation
>> I thought would be a good idea to invite the rest of the community to
>> this conversation as many of us interact with Trac all the time and
>> probably have some ideas of what could make your life easier with it.
>> So, if you would like to join us please come to #tor-project, this
>> Friday (Feb 17) at 1400 UTC.
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