> It is a cool tool and I learned a lot browsing
> I like that many services depending on each other
are integrated and it
> would be cool to have such tool on community disposal and replace bug
> tracker, wiki, forums, project management with all-in-one solution.
> Looked at the Chili Project web site and it seems that openSUSE is using
> default layout which is close to our bento theme, and in my humble, has
> one small improvement to bento. Red buttons at the top right are just
> about right color and shape to be spotted easily when one looks for more
> options, but not intrusive.
We haven't put effort into the layout. We are waiting for the artwork
specialist that will join the team for this task. In any case, if somebody
have a special willing in providing a design, it is something we can implement
once we are done with the openQA Sprint.
Noted also, that they need more people for software development and
As a matter of fact you're free to create an account and come help us ;-)
One of the reasons to implement such a tool is to be able to manage
collaborations. In this Sprint this is not a key goal. since it is the first
time the new team work in a sprint. It will be in the following ones. But yes,
those interested in contributing can join.
Please ping Alberto Planas, the openQA Srpint controller: aplanas(a)suse.com
As far as creating new projects here is concerned (so
the community can use
it for more things), I don't know what the plans are but I'd expect that to
be a plan for the future.
This tool was implemented as the management tool for openSUSE Team. We believe
that well organized teams that are already working as such and have a real
need for such a tool will use it in the future.
The first option we have in mind is the Service Team, that manages openSUSE
infrastructure. We have also offer the possibility of using it to the openSUSE
Board. In any case, teams will join little by little.
We do not expect this tool to become the default tool to manage projects by
the community in a short term. The internal design has been done basically for
the openSUSE Team at SUSE, the current setup do not support heavy load and the
flexibility of the tool is limited. On the feature side, we are still working
on implement what we need.
Agustin Benito Bethencourt
openSUSE Team Lead at SUSE
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