Re: OFLB development (was: Status Aiki Conversion)
2011-01-21 01:58:38 GMT
Jon, this seems like a really nice bug tracker :)
Maybe it could be instructed to automatically forward the filed bugs to the mailing list?
Have been reading up on the plans,
I really like the proposed upload workflow.
>> And for tracking (and contributing to) the development of the current site,
>> is the workflow with the SVN still in place?
> Not sure...
Op 20 jan 2011, om 16:19 heeft jon@... het volgende geschreven:
> Hi Eric, yes, I moved all plans here, and made a consolidate release
> strategy. Launchpad just works:
> There has to be some reality assessment on different parts and
> cleaning off of old content from places like the wiki, etc.
> On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 3:29 PM, Schrijver <eric@...> wrote:
>> Aiki Labs was busy with paid work in the fall, and I've been busy
>> earning money to hire someone to sort OFLB out.
>> Daniel J Johnson located the problematic font, and the site works
>> (eheh) again :)
>> Thanks for your reply
>> and thanks you and Daniel for the fix!
>> I think we need to set a clear direction for development.
>> Will this hired developer use aiki?
>> Is there a clear roadmap for what she/he should achieve?
>> And, how can we help in the meantime?
>> IMHO it’s also important that the community takes a part in maintaining the
>> Getting a larger group involved is the only way to establish some
>> (though if I’m not mistaken, it’s also one of aiki’s design goals to make
>> that easier).
>> In practice:
>> Does oflb development still take place in the same way as described on the
>> wiki (the dual svn repositories)?
>> And is https://launchpad.net/openfontlibrary meant only for the development
>> of the aiki site, or can we also use it to file bugs against the current
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