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Re: [MirageOS-devel] openmirage.org issue tracker?

On 10 Dec 2013, at 09:39, Richard Mortier <Richard.Mortier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 

> On 10 Dec 2013, at 00:46, Jeremy Yallop wrote:
>> Where's the best place to report issues with the openmirage site?
> for specific website content related bugs like this, probably filing an issue 
> against github.com/mirage/mirage-www is the best thing to do; more generally 
> i think we're intending that issues are best filed against 
> github.com/mirage/mirage so they can be triaged to the correct repository/ies.
> but that was only the latest discussion on the matter that i remember -- 
> anil, any further thoughts on that? :)

Good timing for this question -- I've been looking at how other projects do 
this, and there's a real mix of approaches.  My inclination is to focus all the 
issues in mirage/mirage, and use the label/milestone system to prioritise 

This works well for libraries that are clearly 'mirage', but less so for ones 
like cohttp that are used in a number of different contexts.

A simple rule might be to activate issues for those more general libraries, and 
point people in the README for dependent libraries to mirage/mirage.

For mirage/mirage-www, you'll need to delete your fork Mort, since the 
mirage/mirage-www repo is pointing in the wrong direction.

>> The atom feed isn't quite working for me: the title URLs become broken
>> links in my aggregator, perhaps because they're relative rather than
>> absolute.
> yup, that's certainly a brokenness. hopefully reasonably soon the website is 
> going to get a thorough overhaul to use cowabloga, zurb foundation, etc.

And to the actual issue, this is indeed a bug but easy to fix.  I can fix the 
immediate problem today in my next run through it just as soon as I refresh the 
production toolchain to 1.0.

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