[libre-riscv-dev] [Bug 307] look at installing a kan-ban board on top of bugzilla

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Fri Jun 12 16:39:03 BST 2020


--- Comment #9 from Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net> ---
(In reply to Cole Poirier from comment #8)
> I think having the kanban board will help centralize our
> communication/planning for the the source code, but be especially helpful
> for working on the interfaces and final product specifications as well as
> with visualizing timelines.


> I like bugzilla and think it's fit for purpose,

i like it other than it's centralised (has no option to store its data in a git

> but I'd also like to be able to view some of the information on a much more
> structured (visually) form,

yes me too.  i installed graphviz on the server (xdot) so that dependency
graphs now work.

however a kanban board is much superior.

> and be able to put a lot of the info that's
> spread across various bug reports and wiki pages into a central interface
> for a more high-level overhead view of the various tracks of the project.
> What's the status of this bug report currently Alain?

alain sent something a few days ago.  he was able to ascertain that apache2
fastcgi redirection works perfectly, where nginx does not.

rather than waste time working out why i am inclined to recommend a deployment
where apache2 operates on port 8080 and nginx does a transparent
proxy for bugs.libre-soc.org

> Once it's up and
> running I'll work on taking the information from wiki pages and mailing list
> discussions and integrating it into the specs for the interface bugs on
> bugzilla. Do you (libre-soc devs) think this an action will be useful?


example: not having a visual tracker stops people from appreciating that of the
370 bugs on here, well over 300 of them are specifically assigned to me.

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