If either 0.92.4 or 1.0 alpha is about to be released, can't the edits just say
'from now on'? (Not really "from now on" specifically, but in effect
be - here's where new bug reports go now.) Because users wouldn't be reporting
bugs for 0.92.3 or older, after 0.92.4 is released, would they?
From: Maren Hachmann
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 9:19 AM
To: brynn ; inkscape-devel(a)lists.sourceforge.net ; Inkscape-Docs
Subject: Re: [Inkscape-docs] [Inkscape-devel] Issue tracking for Inkscape moves
Am 15.01.19 um 17:08 schrieb brynn:
I could try to do that. But I need specifics.
- Thank you, Brynn.
Is the only thing that needs to be changed is the link (and
text around the link, if necessary)?
- No, the new policy about both bug trackers needs to be mentioned and
explained on the 'report bugs' page, at least.
However, for that we still need a reply from Bryce about the Inkscape
version that applies to. Wait for that before you start, please.
I can see why he said 0.92.4 and higher - because that's what is
currently under development. I don't know what Marc's rationale is for
only intending to do this for alpha and higher. Maybe there was some
kind of misunderstanding in their communication earlier, dunno, just
know that we need to know before we make any changes, and even before we
publish the release news article...
On the other pages, probably a simple switch is sufficient, or change to
a link to report bugs page if suitable, to have 1 central place that
needs to be updated instead of multiple places.
Should the link go to
, or directly to open a new
- Better allow users to search for duplicates first, so not the new
Of course I'll list every change for translators and send it to
- Thank you, that will be awesome.
I'm probably not the best person to update the wiki. I'm not
familiar with it.
- If you find something that needs updating, you can let us know here, then.
-----Original Message----- From: Maren Hachmann
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 8:08 AM
To: inkscape-devel(a)lists.sourceforge.net ; Inkscape-Docs
Subject: Re: [Inkscape-docs] [Inkscape-devel] Issue tracking for
Inkscape moves to Gitlab
could someone help web content editors by browsing the website and
looking for places that require updating?
I think it's probably FAQ, the bug report page, contribute testing, and
Then there must also be some Wiki pages.
I'm currently a bit busy with other stuff, so I'd appreciate if someone
gave me a list with links + screenshots or similar.
Or, if someone updated the pages, that would be cool - but then I'd
still need a list (preferably with screenshots), for being able to
Am 15.01.19 um 10:56 schrieb Bryce Harrington:
> Hi all,
> As of this week, the Inkscape project is shifting to Gitlab for issue
> tracking in place of Launchpad.
> We've been using Gitlab for our code hosting and other purposes for a
> year and a half now, and have found it to be reliable and
> convenient. We didn't migrate Issue Tracking until now, so we could
> take time to make sure we had a plan:
> 1. Going forward, new bug reports should be filed only in Gitlab.
> 2. Launchpad will remain available as a historical archive of our bug
> reports. Filing bugs there will remain possible for now, but
> 3. Bugs in Launchpad that are still reproducible in Inkscape 0.92.4 or
> newer can be re-filed on Gitlab and closed on Launchpad.
> We are planning efforts to help organize the migration work and keep
> track of progress. More info on this will be coming soon.
> Eventually, when the necessary bugs have been migrated, bug reporting in
> Launchpad will be shut off.
> We're enthused about this change, and hope you too will find gitlab a
> more user friendly way to report issues, and we'd love your help
> triaging and solving Inkscape bugs.
> 1: https://inkscape.org/news/2017/06/10/inkscape-moves-gitlab/
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