> On 03/15/18 at 09:29pm, Carsten Mattner via arch-general wrote:
>> On 3/15/18, Eli Schwartz via arch-general <[hidden email]>
>> > Good news, I guess, is that we will almost certainly switch to bugzilla
>> > as soon as Harmony brings stable psgi support (Soon™).
>> I like Bugzilla's features, and I don't use arch's tracker enough to have
>> a voice, or maintain it to have a say, but I would still like to provide
>> an opinion. It's just an opinion. Having used large bugzilla
>> like mozilla.org, kernel.org, freedesktop.org, it doesn't look like
>> can be fast. I've found Mantis and to some extend Redmine to be fast and
>> lean trackers. These may or may not suit Arch's needs, and I still have
>> hope Bugzilla will at some point become snappy.
>> Just an opinion based on experience, the arch admins/devs will know why
>> bugzilla is the right choice. I trust them.
> Please don't de-rail the thread. (Obviously the Arch devs also want a
> performing bugtracker, but Flyspray has to go either way)
Sorry about that. I let my pain of disappointing bugzilla performance
speak in the wrong context.
Are the Arch devs looking for input on this in some ticket/forum? Like
I said, I don't use it enough to care deeply, but I'm happy to provide
experience report if needed.
On Fri, 16 Mar 2018 22:46:16 +0000, Carsten Mattner wrote:
>Are the Arch devs looking for input on this in some ticket/forum? Like
>I said, I don't use it enough to care deeply, but I'm happy to provide
>experience report if needed.
I don't know, if the Arch devs are looking for input from non-devs, but
if you like to follow this issue, Google is your friend: