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From Joe Dreimann <>
Subject Re: Announcing releases: where our users are
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2013 08:37:06 GMT
Ok, I will add trac-users@ to the list of places where we should announce releases.

I was hoping to add some more places though. Ryan set up an Ohloh profile in the past [1],
which may help people stumble across Bloodhound. I will try and add it to the Wikepdia page
comparing ticketing systems [2] (it seems different enough to Trac in the features table).

Are there mailing lists of python users that may be relevant?
Specific forums or blogs? Olemis has been doing some promotion that way in the past [3], which
is great in my opinion.

- Joe

@jdreimann - Twitter
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On 23 Jan 2013, at 07:07, Greg Stein <> wrote:

> On Jan 23, 2013 1:20 AM, "Ryan Ollos" <> wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 4:26 PM, Olemis Lang <> wrote:
>>> [...]
>>> FWIW , I do . I wonder whether I've also seen rjollos around ... or
>>> maybe it's just a figment of my imagination ? It's just that I confuse
>>> trac-users@... with trac-dev@...
>> You are not imagining. I follow both lists and I haven't seem any negative
>> reactions to mentions of Bloodhound. I would be very surprised to see
>> negative reactions since we push fixes back to Trac, etc...
> I think that as long as the project gives due credit back to Trac, then we
> can use trac-users. We are not a corporation, but another OSS project.
> People generally get bothered about corps, not other open source projects.
> *IF* a problem arises, then we can discuss with the trac-users community,
> on how to amend the process.
> At this point, given that plugins/etc announce there, and that a prior
> announced didn't generate an uproar, it looks like a great forum.
> Cheers,
> -g

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