(2013/04/12 22:09), Rodrigo Rosenfeld Rosas wrote:
> But if otherwise you're interested in discussing such changes before they get approved by Matz but doesn't want to have to read all other MRI specifics tickets, then I feel your pain. Unfortunately I believe Redmine (nor even latest versions) support tagging tickets. If it allowed tagging them it would be just a matter of tagging such common tickets like "common" and "approved" and provide some news feeds interface so that you could look at them separately, although I still believe it would be hard anyway to get a quick overview of those tickets as they usually contain a lot of comments. So maybe it would be good if we could tag some tickets as "common Ruby" and whenever a ticket containing lots of comments get approved, maybe we should close that ticket, create a new one with the summary of what should be changed and reference the old ticket in case someone wants to look at the full log.
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> Just to let you know, Redmine maintainers are favorable to introducing issues tagging to Redmine:
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> http://www.redmine.org/issues/1448
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> So, if you believe that would help, maybe we could try to get this implemented in Redmine and start using the newest version...

I hadn't know the issue, but custom fields can be usable for this usage as I wrote in [ruby-core:54220].

> Anyway, this is just an idea. I'm sorry since I said I would help updating Redmine but since my daughter is about to born any time now I can't find much free time to focus on this upgrade, although it shouldn't be that hard. I already tested that it is possible to simply run the newest migrations to the current database and run the newest Redmine on it. It is just a matter now to test the mailing list integration plugin into this new Redmine and fix any incompatibilities that may have appeared in the API since it was first implemented. I'm not sure yet how I can test this mailing list integration plugin but I didn't start to try yet so maybe when I start I'll create tickets in the project asking for help.

For people don't not it yet, following is the issue.
https://github.com/asakusarb/redmine4ruby-lang/issues/21

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