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Subject: Re: [fsck.com #15272] RT cookie expiration
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 09:58:51 -0500
To: bug-App-SD [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Paul Miller <jettero [...] cpan.org>
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OK, I've spent close to 3 hours with SD+hiveminder and I'd have to say it's either not ready for public consumption yet or requires a great deal more documentation. I love the idea of syncing github+rt+hiveminder with sd, but so far I'm not very impressed. I've only kept at it because I'm a bestpractical fan. First of all, there's no example of syncing with hiveminder on any help or wiki page that I can find. I went source diving and believe this is the form I want: git sd pull --from 'hm:http://hiveminder.com|tag=blarg' ... but who really knows. What I get (instead of the 4 tasks I have with that tag) is about 4 screens of spurious warnings. If I use this, It asks for a username and password and the produces 4 pages of warnings, but still no tickets; there should be 4 with that tag. git sd pull --from 'hm:http://hiveminder.com/|tag=blarg' Lastly, if I give up |props and just try this, it runs for quite a while, produces many pages of warnings, and finally produces: no tickets. git sd pull --from 'hm:http://hiveminder.com/' Fail? Am I missing it? Who could say, there's no documentation. And I'm guessing either nobody has tried the hiveminder sync recently, or there's some esoteric invocation I'm missing. -Paul On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 3:06 PM, Thomas Sibley via RT wrote: Show quoted text
> On 07/19/2010 03:01 PM, Paul Miller via RT wrote:
>> Cool enough.  What is SD?
> > Simple Defects.  Offline, p2p bug tracking syncable with RT, Hiveminder, > and a suite of other trackers.  http://syncwith.us/sd/ > > Thomas > >
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