[gridengine users] Where to enter issues?
reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Mon Mar 14 13:39:18 UTC 2011
Am 12.03.2011 um 00:04 schrieb Dave Love:
> Bill Bryce <bbryce at univa.com> writes:
>> My suggestion is enter them in Github. The Grid Engine team is
>> actively working on that codebase (you can see that from the commits).
> I doubt most things that people want to report are very
> codebase-specific, though it's sometimes difficult to figure out what
> the bugs might be that are being fixed there.
>> Internally we are using JIRA and maybe we can use that as well for
>> submitting issues on the github repository. GitHub has issue tracking
>> but it is very minimal.
> It would be helpful at least to be able to see whatever issues in the
> Univa tracker can be made public, both open and fixed ones, even if we
> can't add to it directly.
>> On 2011-03-07, at 6:10 AM, Reuti wrote:
>>> Since December I got 6 new ones - where to enter them? At Github as
>>> it will be filled at one point with the former Issuezilla entries? At
>>> Son of GridEngine?
> You can at least mail them or post them there without having to bother
> with setting up yet another account. I'd suggest people at least check
> the there for known and fixed issues. I populated it with all the open
> ones from the sunsource tracker. I expect to extract the relevant ones
> from it to another one eventually, assuming there's a useful API to
> import them.
Ok, I'll do so.
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