What is the backup plan? I worry about data integrity if someone signs up and starts deleting / defacing issues.
I would also try to enforce a password policy that is more robust than "greater than 5 characters." CAPTCHA may also be good to have.
On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 3:00 PM, Tom Gillis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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From: Sam Boyer <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 2:57 PM
Subject: [NYCGA Internet] redmine is UP
To: Internet Working Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sorry for the delay, i know i said we'd have this monday, but it's here
now. we have a redmine instance set up that we can all start to use to
track our projects. it can be found at:
per my original email, it's being hosted by mayfirst (and a big thanks
to ross and gdl who worked through some very odd gem dependencies and
fcgi lib issues to get it up!) and is set up so that any of us can use
it to track the progress on a project. my recommendation would be that
you use either this, or bettermeans, or both, for your project. all you
gotta do is go, create an account, and start up a new project.
the docs on the site itself are a little light, but you can have a look
at http://www.redmine.org for a bit of background and a demo, etc. if
you're having a particular question, ask this list or (probably better
for a more direct response) ping me (sdboyer) in #nycga-iwg on freenode.
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