Steffen Hoffmann | 1 Dec 01:41 2011
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Re: [Trac-dev] Re: Ukrainian translation contribution


On 30.11.2011 23:17, wrote Sergii Galashyn:
> [en] I just want to post update for people who wants to help with
> Ukrainian translation that we have a group on Transifex
> https://www.transifex.net/projects/p/trac/team/uk/ -- please join us
> there. Thanks.

Care to apply for a similar group to translate Trac plugins as well?
There is an effort [1][2] to join people working to bring Trac plugin
translations to same level as Trac core. From my own experience it
matters a lot for applications of Trac >= 0.12 and we could only get a
leap-frog progress from more active translators here. :-)

Yours,

Steffen Hoffmann
(hasienda)

[1] http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/TracPluginTranslation
[2] https://www.transifex.net/projects/p/Trac_Plugin-L10N
Sergii Galashyn | 1 Dec 23:20 2011
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Re: [Trac-dev] Re: Ukrainian translation contribution

I thought about this, but there are couple of problems:

1. Currently I am translating only software I am personally using, and this doesn't happen with Trac plugins much... At least, this keeps the door open for me -- I may need some plugins sooner or later :)

2. There are only two of us so far and we simply cannot guarantee the good work pace. I dislike doing such things partially, this is worse than not doing them at all.

Still, thanks for the proposition, Steffen. I've applied for the team and will try to check what can be done.

Cheers,
-sg

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Ian Wild | 2 Dec 13:32 2011

[Trac-dev] New Trac based project

Hi All, 

As some of you may already be aware, earlier this year WANdisco[1] approached members of the Trac development community with a view to working out how we could most effectively invest development time into the project. We plan to use Trac as a basis for a defect tracker supplied with our uberSVN product[2]. Our goal being to develop a tool which can compete out-of-the-box with other non-opensource defect trackers that have gained popularity in recent years.

The resulting discussions were interesting and culminated in the idea that we might get the most done in the shortest time by performing a 'friendly fork' of Trac and running that as a separate FOSS project. It was felt this would present the least risk for everyone involved while still leaving options open for future collaboration. Furthermore, having seen the success that joining the Apache Software Foundation brought to Subversion, we felt that this model could reap many benefits for the community of Trac developers and users and wanted to explore that further.  

Since then we've been looking to bring together a team who could drive these efforts and I'm pleased to say that in the last couple of weeks that has finally been realised. Not only do we now have a full time lead developer working out of our Sheffield (UK) office, with support from a number of colleagues who will contribute significant amounts of time and energy to this work, we are also recruiting additional freelance developers to work on this project as independent committers*.

We have a strong and passionate team who will do all they can to make this a success. However we can't form an entire opensource project on our own. Our first goal is to enable a community to come together which has the strength and depth to take this forwards. While the Apache move is an important part of that, no less important is support from the general Trac community and especially the current and past committers who have done so much to get the software to where it is today. 

I want to be clear that our intention is in no way to undermine the current Trac project and the progress that is making. We hope there can be mutual collaboration and a shared journey. This approach gives us both the freedom to continue with our own strategies while allowing us all to stay engaged with each other and to achieve what I'm sure all of us desire - To make Trac the best defect tracker on the planet. 

At this stage I just wanted to let everyone know we're planning to publish our proposal to the Apache Incubator later today and invite any questions or other feedback. 


Best WIshes, 

Ian

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Ian Wild | 2 Dec 13:41 2011

[Trac-dev] New Trac based project

Apologies for messing up the subject on my previous post. I forgot Google Groups doesn't add the [list name] automatically. Shall we try again!

...
Hi All, 

As some of you may already be aware, earlier this year WANdisco[1] approached members of the Trac development community with a view to working out how we could most effectively invest development time into the project. We plan to use Trac as a basis for a defect tracker supplied with our uberSVN product[2]. Our goal being to develop a tool which can compete out-of-the-box with other non-opensource defect trackers that have gained popularity in recent years.

The resulting discussions were interesting and culminated in the idea that we might get the most done in the shortest time by performing a 'friendly fork' of Trac and running that as a separate FOSS project. It was felt this would present the least risk for everyone involved while still leaving options open for future collaboration. Furthermore, having seen the success that joining the Apache Software Foundation brought to Subversion, we felt that this model could reap many benefits for the community of Trac developers and users and wanted to explore that further.  

Since then we've been looking to bring together a team who could drive these efforts and I'm pleased to say that in the last couple of weeks that has finally been realised. Not only do we now have a full time lead developer working out of our Sheffield (UK) office, with support from a number of colleagues who will contribute significant amounts of time and energy to this work, we are also recruiting additional freelance developers to work on this project as independent committers*.

We have a strong and passionate team who will do all they can to make this a success. However we can't form an entire opensource project on our own. Our first goal is to enable a community to come together which has the strength and depth to take this forwards. While the Apache move is an important part of that, no less important is support from the general Trac community and especially the current and past committers who have done so much to get the software to where it is today. 

I want to be clear that our intention is in no way to undermine the current Trac project and the progress that is making. We hope there can be mutual collaboration and a shared journey. This approach gives us both the freedom to continue with our own strategies while allowing us all to stay engaged with each other and to achieve what I'm sure all of us desire - To make Trac the best defect tracker on the planet. 

At this stage I just wanted to let everyone know we're planning to publish our proposal to the Apache Incubator later today and invite any questions or other feedback. 


Best WIshes, 

Ian

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Daniel França | 2 Dec 15:34 2011
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[Trac-dev] Permission for User Admin Page

Hi,

is there a way to grant permission to a user edit users admin page, but without the others permissions of TRAC_ADMIN?
I'd tried to use account manager plugin and its permissions, but it doesn't allow to edit custom fields of the user... and I need that.

Best Regards,
Daniel França

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Ian Wild | 2 Dec 17:04 2011

Re: [Trac-dev] New Trac based project

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 12:41 PM, Ian Wild <ian.wild <at> wandisco.com> wrote:
As some of you may already be aware, earlier this year WANdisco[1] approached members of the Trac development community with a view to working out how we could most effectively invest development time into the project. We plan to use Trac as a basis for a defect tracker supplied with our uberSVN product[2]. Our goal being to develop a tool which can compete out-of-the-box with other non-opensource defect trackers that have gained popularity in recent years.

...

By way of follow-up, the proposal has now been submitted to the ASF Incubator. 

The Apache Incubator mailing list is public so feel free to follow there if you're interested in how this goes. The proposal itself is available in the Apache Wiki at http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/BloodhoundProposal 

Ian
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Steffen Hoffmann | 2 Dec 20:09 2011
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Re: [Trac-dev] Permission for User Admin Page


On 02.12.2011 15:34, wrote Daniel França:
> Hi,
> is there a way to grant permission to a user edit users admin page, but
> without the others permissions of TRAC_ADMIN?
> I'd tried to use account manager plugin and its permissions, but it
> doesn't allow to edit custom fields of the user... and I need that.

Currently no, sorry. But we might get there with the work already
requested by a ticket [1] to UserManagerPlugin. I've agreed with the
author to do some work as co-maintainer, evaluating the possibility of
integration of both plugins too. As you discovered, AccountManagerPlugin
already allows to grant own permission so that there's no need to give
TRAC_ADMIN away in order to just manage user accounts. We'll definitely
have this for UserManagerPlugin too, or more... All help, patches,
suggestions and testing welcomed.

Yours,

Steffen Hoffmann

[1] http://trac-hacks.org/ticket/9506
Simon Cross | 3 Dec 00:36 2011
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Re: [Trac-dev] New Trac based project

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 6:04 PM, Ian Wild <ian.wild <at> wandisco.com> wrote:
> By way of follow-up, the proposal has now been submitted to the ASF
> Incubator.

I read through the incubator proposal and realized that this proposal
is actually much wider than Trac itself and really extends to include
other parts of the Trac ecosystem. As the de-facto Genshi maintainer
(recently self appointed :) and a Bitten developer, I have a couple of
questions:

* Is Bitten one of the plugins you're planning to include in Bloodhound?
* Do you envisage Bloodhound also forking Genshi?

As Genshi maintainer I'm more than happy to accept contributions from
other developers and I'm in the process of cutting a new Genshi
release (although I encountered a few procedural hiccups like needing
access to some Edgewall servers to upload releases).

Personally I'm happy to see people taking a serious interest in
maintaining and developing Trac and friends -- they're all still quite
cool projects and they good do with a little TLC.

Schiavo
Simon

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Steffen Hoffmann | 3 Dec 23:36 2011
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[Trac-dev] Rename Trac ticket field Keywords to Tags?


Hello,

what do you think about the proposal mentioned in the subject line?

It has been suggested by a ticket [1] filed against TagsPlugin [2]. but
later on some other developers even vote for doing it the other way
around in their comments. So is it preferred to ditch the 'Tag under'
and re-use the 'Keywords' field label in wiki (edit) pages?

Please comment to the ticket, if you care at all. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Steffen Hoffmann

[1] http://trac-hacks.org/ticket/9264
[2] http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/TagsPlugin/
Roland Krusch | 4 Dec 15:29 2011

[Trac-dev] Trac database schema 0.12

Hi all,

I've got a question regarding the TRAC database schema 0.12.
Following the link (http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracDev/
DatabaseSchema) I found the schema for Trac version 0.11. I've
inserted the missing tables (cache and repository) in the existing
schema. What I need is a feedback from you, if it's correct what I've
done. So if someone of you would be so kind to have a look at my
entity-relationship-diagramm it would be great!

I found no way to attach the png-file of my diagram to this message,
so I will send it to someone who wants to have a look for it.

Thank you in advance!

Roland Krusch

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