[jdev] tickets and merge requests bases on XMPP

Dave Cridland dave at cridland.net
Tue Dec 5 11:40:31 UTC 2017

This is great. I've been thinking that building a federated issue tracker
on top of MIX would be great - since a ticket tend to spawn discussions -
but this is a great start and in the absence of MIX we should document this.

Some things you might not have considered:
* Tickets are often linked, especially between layers. A UI might link to a
library issue, a client issue might link to a server issue, and so on. I've
not looked to see if you've considered this, but a federating issue link is
an amazing idea.
* Tickets sometimes have privacy or security concerns - we should really
tidy up XEP-0314, but that's perfect for this approach - just marking a
ticket or a comment on it, as being security-sensitive would be very useful.
* You might want to look at XEP-0346 (if I recall it right - Forms
Distribution Protocol) for raising tickets. I think that ought to align

On 5 Dec 2017 09:58, "Goffi" <goffi at goffi.org> wrote:

> Hello everybody,
> I have implemented an experimental ticket/merge request feature in our XMPP
> client (Salut à Toi), and I've just written a blog post about it (with a
> short demo vidéo): https://www.goffi.org/blog/
> goffi/9555cc02-6a87-4b6b-af85-20f1c0736722
> I'm planning to propose protoXEP for the node schema feature used there,
> beside that it's all standard pubsub.
> Feedback welcome
> Thanks and good day
> Goffi
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