[aida] SPM: a Squeak project manager
petton.nicolas at gmail.com
Thu May 15 18:08:02 CEST 2008
Le jeudi 15 mai 2008 à 09:26 -0500, Jimmie Houchin a écrit :
> Nicolas Petton wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I was recently working on a project called SPM (Squeak Project Manager).
> > It's an application to manage squeak projects, with:
> > - a Monticello repository accessible from the website
> > - a tracking system including a timeline, roadmap, milestones and
> > tickets (or issues)
> > - a wiki
> > - news (or blog)
> > - an interface to Monticello, which allows you to browse the code
> > online, with bookmarkable urls
> > Each user also has a personal page, with an editable todo, a list of all
> > tickets assigned to him, and the list of the recent events in the
> > timeline.
> > It's not finished yet, but we already use it for Scribo:
> > http://scribo.bioskop.fr
> > SPM is based on Aida/Scribo, and will be released under MIT licence.
> > Please tell me what you think.
> Hello Nicolas,
> I think this looks great. I very much prefer the community using its own
> tools whenever possible. And I see little reason for the Squeak
> community to use Trac, GForge, Mantis, ..., when we have the opportunity
> to do better.
> Those tools are fine in their context and for their people. But
> Smalltalkers have a different vision, a different view of the world.
> Squeaksource is an available tool. I don't know what its limits or
> features are. But it drives me nuts. I hate going to a page that looks
> like this: (clicking on a link)
> and immediately in my browser address bar it looks like this:
> To me that is not a true bookmarkable URL. Yes by definition I can use
> the first and always get the correct page. But still... If you must have
> the yuck at the end I would rather it be at the end of the original URL
> At least there we would have some consistency.
> Thanks for providing this valuable option to the community. I hope it
> becomes widely adopted and used. And that the community contributes back
> code and ideas so that it can grow and improve.
> It also demonstrates Scribo well.
> Good job.
Thank you Jimmie!
Ma clé PGP est disponible ici :
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