[Soc-coordination] amancay strikes back, overview, final report
Diego Escalante Urrelo
diegoe at gnome.org
Fri Aug 21 10:23:33 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-08-17 at 05:40 -0500, Diego Escalante Urrelo wrote:
> I was gonna setup a demo this past week but preferred to spend time on
> hacking more in the project, so I will try to get it going this week,
> maybe by Friday. I will send the url to the list asap.
As promised, here you can find a running demo:
Some points about it:
1. I had problems with a proper webserver configuration so that
you see running is Django's development server, which is quite
slower than a production setup, keep that in mind.
2. Please keep it low profile, don't
slashdot/debiannews/planetdebian it. At least until a demo on
Debian hardware, or one that is properly setup (this one is
3. There are rough edges like the ones I mentioned in my report,
one thing that will save you doubts is that the toolbox
text-entry + button don't automatically reloads the site (if you
add something with that, reload manually).
4. Feel free to send me your comments or crashes + screenshot or
copy-paste of trace (it pretty prints traces) to this email.
5. Yes, some stuff might be broken. I'm not claiming beta status
Maybe it's not completely obvious what to do with the site, so a quick
- First, you don't need to register (but you can) to use the
basics of the site, if you want to subscribe to bugs and stuff
involving your email you will want to register, it requires you
to click a link mailed to you.
- You can jump directly to "Selected packages" and in the
toolbox (to the left) add manually packages you are interested
otherwise nothing will appear, if so then reload the url and
you'll see your package and its bugs (yes, I know, ugly,
auto-reload is not done yet)
- While browsing a single bug page (where you see the log and
blah blah) you can 'fav' the bug by clicking on the gmail-like
star next to the bug number in the top of the page, this
starring-unstarring works for packages and individual bugs
- You can also have a list of bugs submitted by a certain person
- Create your list of interested packages or bugs and try to
find crashes :-)
Have fun, let me know what you think.
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