Neal Gompa wrote:
On Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 2:18 PM Per Jessen
I would like to understand the reasoning behind wanting to ditch
redmine in favour of <whatever> ? We only fairly recently spent
quite a lot of effort on upgrading redmine.
I don't even remember this being discussed ? Maybe I missed that
We discussed it in the Heroes meetings last spring, I think?
The face-to-face meeting, pre-corona ? I would say unlikely. That was
in February, I think tuanpembual was still working on the upgrade.
Mind you, my sense of time has been rapidly deteriorating during
Still, see issue#27720 where tuanpembual confirms upgrade complete,
April 16 2020.
It was also talked about at the oSLO last October.
Maybe we can have a rehash of the reasoning, the "business case" ?
IOW, please sell the idea to me. I see two keys issues:
a) largely negating the valuable contribution of tuanpembual
b) lack of actual issues with redmine.
Personally speaking, redmine works well for me. We (the heroes) do not
seem to have much effort with managing it, it _just_ works.
If I were in a corporate competitive environment, I could easily work up
an argument as to why Redmine is s*** and has to be changed, but I am
not in a corporate environment.
Again speaking personally, I really do not want to scale yet another
learning curve dealing with the shitty implementation of the "next
thing". TBH, mailman3 is bad enough.
Hence, I want to see the reasoning and the business case. Neither of
which has been forthcoming ?
Per Jessen, Zürich (2.6°C)
Member, openSUSE Heroes