On Jun 24, 2006, at 2:00 AM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:

> James Britt wrote:
>> :)
>>
>> Replace "Could we just have ..." with "I'm going to prototype ... "
>> and see it it still sounds like a good idea.
>>
>> (BTW, I can imagine how something like that might work, but for very
>> slippery values of @something, @that and @work.  And a little voice
>> going, "Yeah, but ...")
> Hmmm ... why not something "more agile" than GForge? I've always been
> overwhelmed by all the "features" in GForge. How many projects are big
> enough to use them? For that matter, how many projects on RubyForge  
> have
> more than, say, three developers?
>
> The closest I've seen to what I'd call an "agile" software project
> management web app is Trac ... but *that's* in Python, right? :(

Amen brother, amen!

I think sometimes a little reinvention can be a healthy thing.  You  
get to rethink the elements that make something what it is.

Obviously Trac is missing a couple of things needed to replace  
GForge, but I agree that it's a lot closer to my ideal.

James Edward Gray II