CashHanded #4: RTrac
People love codefests. Many things change over time, but a few things are always the same. People have always and will always love codefests. In fact, everyone does. But, in particular, you love codefests. It is a basic human need.
Scientists estimate that a human being can only survive for about four hours without codefests. But I probably shouldn’t mention such deprivation. My point isn’t to be gorey.
But I started thinking about it and perhaps, just by tying together a number of elements, you finish a Trac clone. It would require a decent team: an individual who knows Instiki or Ruwiki internals, a Railser who can assemble the ticketing system, and an HTTP magician who can start by simply wrapping the Subversion web access.
Yeah, it’s possible.
Now, you want to see how Ruby-Core tracks bugs? See mput.dip.jp.