Thu, 29 Apr 2004 15:07:09 +0100
> If you're using Subversion and want a wiki, I'd recommend Trac
> <http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/> - it's an integrated wiki,
> Subversion repository browser and bug tracking system written in
> Python with a great user interface. I've been using it at home and
> work for a month or so and love it.
Could I ask you to save us a few hours by answering some
questions? Setting it up and playing won't happen before the weekend
due to the subversion 'excitement'.
- does one database and CGI have multiple projects, or do you
set up one CGI per project?
- could it also be used in a design stage to quickly map
out subprojects and tasks and register all of them as to-do
- we already have a MySQL support database. Any idea if there are
deep fundamental ties to SQLite or if this would be a relatively
- is there any kind of security model so I could let let
BigBank employees see the BigBank/Statements project
wiki and issue list, without even being aware of the existence
of the rival HugeBroker/Statements project we are working on
at the same time? ;-)
Rationale: an integrated system which works for open source
users and commercial customers on projects, and which keeps all
our staff issues in one database will be a big time saver.
Creating separate databases for every project might not be
(although we could do it for the core code...)