Hi Adam,

+1 for that, it will give us more confidence to go ahead with pagure :). I will look into the available tools and start with it asap.

Kanika (a2batic)

On 7 December 2016 at 02:35, Adam Williamson <adamwill@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
On Mon, 2016-09-26 at 11:13 +0530, Kanika Murarka wrote:
> Sumantro and me were working upon the possibility of shifting QA
> tickets to some other platform like pagure. Thanks Justin(jflory7) for
> guiding .
> Following are the points:-
> 1. Shifting to Pagure will be easy and efficient.
> 2. Wiki -----> overview
> 2. In the Pagure repo, priorities can be set for tickets based on
> ranking, e.g. 10=urgent,20=high,30=normal, etc.(we can have custom
> priorities)
> 3. Milestones----> Pagure milestones(has been improved)
> 4. Roadmap
> *All the ticket with the tag roadmap will show up on the roadmap page.
> *For each milestones defined in the settings of the project, the
> roadmap will group tickets with the corresponding tag.
> *Tickets with the tag roadmap that are not associated with any of the
> milestones defined in the settings are group in an unplanned section.
> 5. All of the fields in both ticket type and ticket component are
> likely best implemented in tags for tickets. That would allow for the
> categorization and grouping of the tickets based on their keywords.
> 6. The blocked by and blocking feature is available in Pagure as metadata.
> 7. All other things can be easily implemented using tags.
> 8. As discussed in the last meeting, https://pagure.io/pagure-importer
> can be used to import tickets.
> I am putting this as a mail because, I wont be able to attend the meeting today.

This all seems fine to me, and now F25 is past would be a great time to
do it. I've seen some other projects are able to do a 'test' import
into a disposable or playground Pagure instance, like
https://stg.pagure.io/ ; could we set up a test migration of fedora-qa
trac to see how it would look? Thanks!
Adam Williamson
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