[blag-whereto] GNU Bucks (and follow-up on my last mail)

j l varioj at googlemail.com
Fri Oct 2 14:07:17 BST 2009

2009/10/2 <renilgh at riseup.net>
> Thanks for the information about GNU Buck, looks like a very useful
> effort. Although hopefully there wont be that much need to use
> it. ;)
> The current issue-tracking tool of choice is TRAC which runs on
> http://blag.fsf.org/ . If anyone posts some buckreport to our forums at
> http://forums.blagblagblag.org/ or to one of the MLs it will of course
> be noticed and processed (to a TRAC ticket) as well.
> On the more complicated issue of a timeline:
> At the moment we are facing some issues which our koji setup. These
> should hopefully be settled on the next weekend and if we do well and
> no new obstacles arise the basic infrastructure for actually starting to
> roll the distro again could be available within a week.
> How much work we'll actually have in front of us by then we in all
> honesty can't tell by now.
> We wish we could make more significant statements on that particular
> question, but we simply don't know enough yet.
> Thanks and regards,
> The BLAG collective
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Yes, I concur.  Good response. Thanks, Renilgh

As you say, once we have some idea of the processes, we can attribute
timescales based on the time committent we can expect from those

If I had to make a guess... does 10-20 hours per week seem a
reasonable amount for building and maintaining a dist.?

With that in mind, 3 hrs/wk of work, from a core of BLAGgers will be
required....certainly a large increase on what I do now...

Incidentally, Trac has a Timeline organising feature


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