[theme-reviewers] Trac not synching with Extend?

Chip Bennett chip at chipbennett.net
Mon May 23 19:24:01 UTC 2011

That would work, too.


On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com> wrote:

> On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 7:52 AM, Chip Bennett <chip at chipbennett.net>
> wrote:
> > REVIEWERS: when you close a ticket as APPROVED, add the following keyword
> to
> > the ticket: "syncapproved". That way, we can add a Trac report around
> this
> > keyword, and won't have to search for approved Themes that need to be
> > synced. This way, whomever does the sync can just remove the keyword from
> > the ticket.
> >
> > (If you want to be extra helpful, for tickets closed as not-approved or
> > newer-version-uploaded, add this keyword to the ticket: "synchold". But
> > getting the *approved* Themes synced as quickly as possible is far more
> > important than syncing *old* (i.e. not-approved or
> newer-version-uploaded)
> > tickets.)
> >
> > After having helped with the Trac-Extend sync for a few weeks now, I'm
> > fairly convinced that this method would be more efficient than the
> current
> > workflow.
> I think there's probably a better way than using keywords for this.
> It's kind of a loose field, not suitable for everything.
> While we're not using them on theme's trac at the moment, there are
> other fields we can use for this. Priority and severity and component
> spring to mind. These are just dropdowns with items we can put in
> them.
> What if I changed the Priority field to have "normal" and "needs-sync"
> as options? Then reviewers could mark the ticket as in need of syncing
> when they approve it and such.
> -Otto
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