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XMPP based tickets and merge requests with SàT



Interesting idea: A distributed bug tracking system based on XMPP. It even has MRs (merge requests) for git and mercurial. The developer, @goffi@framasphere.org, claim the following advantages:
  • it's decentralized and federated, no need to have X accounts to use X tickets handlers. You can also import tickets from third party projects (e.g. plugins for your project) into your website.
  • it's standard: we can handle or fetch tickets in third party servers easily, without proprietary API.
  • it's very flexible: any field can be used, and the mechanism can be used for any list (bug tracker, TODO list, shopping list, etc.)
  • being based on SàT, it's usable on any platform
  • it can be used with gateways, allowing to use transparently tickets from other services (think about Gitlab or Github for instance)
There is also a short demo video. Nice!

(Someone must package sat_pubsub for Debian!)

#xmpp #bugtracker #git #mercurial #freesoftware #salutatoi #python #tickets #decentralisation

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Webdav with newsbeuter



In a previous post (https://diasp.eu/posts/4849484) synchronisation of the list of urls on different machines was described. A good solution seems to use '4shared' (https://www.4shared.com), because webdav is enabled (https://webdav.4shared.com). Method:

Sign in
put urls
checkin urls[on another computer]sign in
checkout urls
get urls[make changes to local copy]put /path/to/local/urls
checkin urls

However, the file share service '4shared' does not seem to have implemented fully the webdav protocol. Using this web site with cadaver is very bandwidth efficient: yay!!! :)

#webdav #newsbeuter #cadaver #rss #atom #4shared

Newsbeuter with version control? For those unaware, new...

<h2>Newsbeuter with version control?</h2>
<p>For those unaware, newsbeuter is a command terminal ATOM/RSS reader. Can someone suggest a way to synchronise changes to various feeds lists (at least > 4 different computers)</p>For example:<br />
<pre>
url file 1, computer 1, sign-in 1970-01-01
http://path/to/rss/feed

url file 2, computer 2, sign-in 1970-01-05
http://path/to/rss/feed
http://path/to/another/atom/feed

url file 3, computer 3, sign-in 1970-01-20
http://path/to/rss/feed "category tag"
http://path/to/another/atom/feed

</pre>
<p>The request is to be able to sign-in to computer 1 again and "merge" all changes:</p><br />
<pre>
url file 1, computer 1, sign-in 1970-01-29
http://path/to/rss/feed "category tag"
http://path/to/another/atom/feed
</pre>
<p>The best scenario would be to use some sort of version control (mercurial) and a usb memory tool to transfer the latest version on different machines. Any suggestions please?</p>

#newsbeuter #mercurial #synchronisation #version ...
 

Newsbeuter with version control?



For those unaware, newsbeuter is a command terminal ATOM/RSS reader. Can someone suggest a way to synchronise changes to various feeds lists (at least > 4 different computers)
For example:

url file 1, computer 1, sign-in 1970-01-01
http://path/to/rss/feedurl file 2, computer 2, sign-in 1970-01-05
http://path/to/rss/feed
http://path/to/another/atom/feedurl file 3, computer 3, sign-in 1970-01-20
http://path/to/rss/feed "category tag"
http://path/to/another/atom/feed

The request is to be able to sign-in to computer 1 again and "merge" all changes:

url file 1, computer 1, sign-in 1970-01-29
http://path/to/rss/feed "category tag"
http://path/to/another/atom/feed

The best scenario would be to use some sort of version control (mercurial) and a usb memory tool to transfer the latest version on different machines. Any suggestions please?

#newsbeuter #mercurial #synchronisation #version #control
 
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