Friday, April 17, 2009

0.5.2 Release, SVN & Redmine

I'm happy to say that for the last 2 months I've been spending some of my spare time working on MachDB again. Before I started coding again, I wanted to get an SCM selected and set up, and an issue tracker of some type. Initially I had planned on going with Subversion and Bugzilla, but after some convincing from Andreas Unterkircher, I decided to go with Redmine instead of Bugzilla. Took me some time to get it all set up, but we now have both source control and Issue Tracking/Project Management. It's really nice, I may have to make a case for this at work too. It has RSS feeds for everything, so you should be able to use it to keep up to date on all aspects of the project.

http://tools.unmx.com/redmine/projects/show/machdb

Please use this going forward for opening bug reports, feature requests, support questions, submitting patches, etc.

I'm also happy to announce that I have been fixing bugs and have released MachDB 0.5.2 tonight. I fixed the long standing package insertion bug, which I know a particular co-worker of mine will be very happy about. Go get the release.

You can also see my project roadmap here, release dates, features and bugs listed for each

Feel free to contact me, I like to know who's using MachDB and what improvements you'd like to see. And as always, I appreciate feedback of any kind.

Comments:
I just found out about this project through the Puppet community - looks interesting!
 



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