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Request Tracker & RSS Feeds.

mthbitpushermthbitpusher Posts: 1Member
I was wondering if anybody knew of a good add-on for doing ticket queries and turning them into RSS feeds for request-tracker3, or if anybody would entertain bids to develop one (then gpl the code) ?

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  • JonathanJonathan Posts: 2,914Member
    : I was wondering if anybody knew of a good add-on for doing ticket
    : queries and turning them into RSS feeds for request-tracker3, or if
    : anybody would entertain bids to develop one (then gpl the code) ?
    :
    I've only really used RT, and not dug into the source before, though I imagine it's quite easy to follow. We use it for bug and patch tracking in Parrot development, and there are a couple of pages on the Parrot site that have data that is pulled from RT, e.g.
    http://www.parrotcode.org/todo.html
    Which probably isn't miles away from what you want to do, but just RSS instead.

    I probably could do this, and am happy having my work GPL'd (heck, I write GPL software) but I don't have the time to work on this for a while, and you probably want it sometime soon. So I'll refrain from bidding. :-) The makers of RT themselves are willing to do custom development work, though...
    http://bestpractical.com/services/development.html

    Jonathan

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