[All] Is it time to move on from StoryBoard? (Was: [All][StoryBoard] Angular.js Alternatives)
radoslaw.piliszek at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 13:52:37 UTC 2021
On Wed, Jan 27, 2021 at 11:18 AM Stephen Finucane <stephenfin at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2021-01-26 at 12:51 -0800, Kendall Nelson wrote:
> > For better or for worse, we are a pretty small team and don't need to poll
> > since we can all attend a meeting and agree there.
> > Calling for outside opinions was also a half hearted plea for help :)
> Is this an indication that we finally have to settle on another bug tracker?
> This has been discussed previously but I can't find any conclusions from those
> past discussions, hence I'm asking again. I do not intend to dismiss the hard
> work of those people working on StoryBoard in the slightest, but it does seem
> like StoryBoard as a project has never really taken off outside OpenStack and is
> having a hard time surviving, let alone growing, likely because of that along
> with the widespread use of forge-style tools (GitHub, GitLab) and more
> comprehensive project management tools (sigh, JIRA). I recall fungi (?) raising
> the idea of enabling the more forge'y features, including the issue tracker, of
> Gitea in the past, but there are also separate tools like (heaven forbid)
> Bugzilla, Trac, Mantis, etc. that we could use. Heck, Launchpad is still around
> and is still open source (though I recall there being other issues with that?).
> We've already made a tough decision recently, with the sunsetting of ask.o.o,
> and with the impending deprecation of Angular.js, perhaps this is as good a time
> as any to do the same with StoryBoard?
FWIW, I started a similar thread in September 2020: 
You might want to read it too.
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