Re: [wmii] wmii on wikipedia

From: Uriel <>
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 21:10:39 +0200

Daniel Lundin and Jonas Borgstrom. Really nice people actually, but
trac is still awful (and Daniel sort of agrees this days), but it is
up to us to build a sane replacement.



On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 8:18 PM, Robert C Corsaro <> wrote:
> Uriel wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 12:43 PM, Robert C Corsaro <>
>> wrote:
>>> Uriel wrote:
>>>> Oh, by the way, another reason for moving is so eventually we can also
>>>> provide integrated bug tracking, source browsing and other such
>>>> features (ala trac). This again will take some time, but
>>>> it will remain well integrated with the new site and nothing will need
>>>> to be changed around (AFAIK the new suckless site is going to be
>>>> purely static, which has clearly some advantages, but wont work for
>>>> those kinds of requirements).
>>>> uriel
>>> If you need any trac help, feel free to call on me. I maintain our
>>> internal
>>> trac server for about 200 projects with lots of plugins, some written by
>>> yours truly. I'm idling in #wmii, or you can just email me.
>> Thanks for the offer, but I don't think we will need help with that,
>> both the original trac author and the current trac maintainer are good
>> friends of mine (had lunch with the later last week), but I'd rather
>> die than touch trac with a hundred meters pole.
>> My idea is to add features and scripts on top of werc[1] to provide
>> all the trac-like features we might like (plus multi project support).
>> Peace
>> uriel
>> [1]:
> oh yeah? which ppl are they?
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