Am Mittwoch, 24. April 2013 schrieb Robert Schweikert:
We put the final touches on the minutes during the
board call this
past Monday (minutes for the call are in the works) and the Face to
Face Board Meeting Minutes have now been published on the wiki.
Let me quote from the "Meeting with Lars" (infrastructure) section:
The team will set up a ticketing system
Good idea. May I propose to call it YaTS  ? ;-)
Seriously: we already have bugzilla (and openFATE and ...), so having
another ticket system doesn't sound like the best idea to me.
I'm quite sure that infrastructure issues can be handled in bugzilla,
the only "trick" is to regularly read the bugzilla mails. But that's not
different from reading the YaTS mails ;-)
For everything else you discussed in the meeting, see my random(!) sig.
(It's not the first time I think my computer has some AI...)
 Yet Another Ticket System
 My personal opinion is that we already have too many tracking
sytems, but that's another discussion.
I know there are some differences between them, but the general goal
is the same in all of them (track progress of $foo) and there are
cases where it isn't really clear if bugzilla or openFATE is the
 What about a component openSUSE.org
/ Infrastructure? Wait, we
already have it ;-) (maybe we should change the default assignee or
QA to admin(a)o.o?)
Just assume that all the people who don't reply agree, with a +1.
If they disagree, they should raise their voices with an argument.
When there's no argument left, it means we all agree.
[Vincent Untz in opensuse-foundation]
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