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Peer to peer issue tracking with SD and Prophet

Intervenant(s) : Jesse Vincent
Date : Mercredi 7 juillet 2010 Horaire : 14h00 Durée : 40 minutes
Lieu : ENSEIRB - Amphi C
Thèmes transversaux : En anglais

The presentation

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SD is a disconnected, replicated peer to peer issue tracking system. It’s designed to sync with the issue tracking tools you already use. Today, it can sync to RT, Hiveminder, Trac, GitHub, Google Code, Redmine and Lighthouse.

Additionally, SD supports a native "publish/pull" model that doesn’t need (but can make use of) a centralized server. SD’s hackathon mode can automatically discover other people working on the same project on the local network and lets you collaborate with them directly.

SD is built on Prophet, a new sort of database designed for serverless peer-to-peer database applications.

In this talk, I’ll explain what SD is and how you can use it to make your life and software development workflow a bit easier.

By the end of the talk, you should know everything you need to install SD, clone a project’s issue database and create and share issues.

Speaker :

Jesse Vincent is the founder of Best Practical Solutions and the creator of Request Tracker, the leading opensource ticketing system.

He’s the current project leader or ’pumpking’ for Perl 5. He has an unfortunate habit purchasing new gadgets designed to save time or make life easier…and ending up developing software for them.

In 2008, he bought one of the first phones running Android and ended up creating K-9 Mail, an advanced opensource email client.

More recently, he bought an ebook reader and found himself writing embedded ebook conversion software.

He lives in Somerville, Massachusetts in the US with his wife Kaia and their two cats.

Other presentations by the same speaker at LSM 2010 :
- Perl 5.12
- Ebook hacking
- Request Tracker Ticketing System