[ubuntu-uk] Code management systems
jon at spriggs.org.uk
Thu Aug 19 15:29:21 BST 2010
On 19 August 2010 15:02, Alan Lord (News) <alanslists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 19/08/10 14:55, Jon Spriggs wrote:
>> On 19 August 2010 14:09, Cornelius Mostert
>> <corneliusmostert at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> The company I work for has outgrown their Change Management Solution. They
>>> have developers in US, Canada, India and maybe soon in China and I was
>>> wondering what solutions are there for:
>>> a global development market, it needs to be fast and I guess it will be web
> TRAC is quite useful for SVN based repos and has a built in wiki. That
> can be set up anywhere.
That's a very good point. TRAC will also handle Git, Bzr and Mercurial.
> Redmine is probably a bit more powerful than trac and worth a look.
I've never used it.
> Also, I'm amazed no-one has mentioned Launchpad. It's now opensource so
> you can build and run your own Launchpad: https://dev.launchpad.net/Getting
Personally, I think Launchpad is probably overkill for anywhere under
200 contributors. Trac is probably fine up to that point.
I did a talk at OggCamp about resources for FLOSS developers. I know
the company you work for will therefore probably not be that
interested in many of the hosted options available to FLOSS
developers, but there are some interesting bubbles around GitHub,
Trac, and Savanne that might be of use.
All the best,
Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs
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