Please import python-mode tracker issues

Asked by Barry Warsaw on 2008-11-27

python-mode got moved to Launchpad, but the tracker issues still live on SF. Please import.

https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=86916

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Status:
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Assignee:
Graham Binns Edit question
Solved by:
Graham Binns
Solved:
2009-02-12
Last query:
2009-02-12
Last reply:
2009-02-12
Whiteboard:
Graham can you do this, or at least talk to Barry about it?
Graham Binns (gmb) said : #2

Sure, we can do a full import of this from SourceForge. I'll start the process on Monday, though we may have to test somewhere other than demo.lp.net given its current unavailability.

Barry Warsaw (barry) said : #3

Graham thanks. I tried to do what Michael suggested but that didn't seem to do anything. Possibly pebkac, but there's also surprisingly little documentation on the help wiki on importing issues from SF. I can't help but think that if we made this dead simple we'd get a mass migration, which may be good or bad <wink>. I can understand if that's much more difficult than it seems (and probably fragile give dependency on SF).

Graham Binns (gmb) said : #4

2008/11/28 Barry Warsaw <email address hidden>:
> Barry Warsaw is still having a problem:
> Graham thanks. I tried to do what Michael suggested but that didn't
> seem to do anything. Possibly pebkac, but there's also surprisingly
> little documentation on the help wiki on importing issues from SF. I
> can't help but think that if we made this dead simple we'd get a mass
> migration, which may be good or bad <wink>. I can understand if that's
> much more difficult than it seems (and probably fragile give dependency
> on SF).

I think that Michael misunderstood your request as a request for
importing bug statuses; importing bugs is a different box of frogs.
Ultimately we want this to be a one-or-two click process but at the
moment it's manual and somewhat laborious. It's definitely worth
fixing the documentation though.

Graham Binns (gmb) said : #5

2008/11/28 Graham Binns <email address hidden>:
> I think that Michael misunderstood your request as a request for
> importing bug statuses; importing bugs is a different box of frogs.
> Ultimately we want this to be a one-or-two click process but at the
> moment it's manual and somewhat laborious. It's definitely worth
> fixing the documentation though.

I've done an initial local import of this today and it appears to have
gone fine. I'll try to get an import done on staging/demo some time
next week but UDS may interrupt matters.

Barry Warsaw (barry) said : #6

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On Dec 3, 2008, at 4:36 PM, Graham Binns wrote:

> I've done an initial local import of this today and it appears to have
> gone fine. I'll try to get an import done on staging/demo some time
> next week but UDS may interrupt matters.

Thanks for working on this Graham. No worries if it doesn't happen
until after UDS.

- -Barry

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Graham Binns (gmb) said : #7

Since demo is currently down I'm going to talk to the Soyuz guys
tomorrow, see if we can use dogfood for a test import instead.

Barry Warsaw (barry) said : #8

Hi Graham, any status on this? I know it's fallen off both our radars, but I'm having some users ping me about it. If dogfooding is too much of a PITA, let's JFDI. :)

Barry Warsaw (barry) said : #9

Hi Graham. Though staging was a bit finicky, most reports indicated the import looked fine. Can we make it real?

Graham Binns (gmb) said : #10

> Barry Warsaw gave more information on the question:
> Hi Graham. Though staging was a bit finicky, most reports indicated the
> import looked fine. Can we make it real?

Sure! I'll do it first thing Herb-time on Monday.

Best Graham Binns (gmb) said : #11

All bugs should now be available at https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/python-mode.

Barry Warsaw (barry) said : #12

Thanks Graham!

Barry Warsaw (barry) said : #13

Thanks Graham Binns, that solved my question.