Set up a system that allows line by line comments (like Google's internal Mondrian system, or the open source versions Rietveld or Review Board)
Requirements and desired features of a new workflow.
Proposals for new workflows.
Implement a system requiring authors of tickets to suggest a reviewer (while providing defaults)
Stopgaps (formerly, "bandaids")
Come up with a way to ensure that critical tickets like this don't get lost beneath the radar.
Here's what we're doing: http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/12691
Fix patchbot so that it doesn't timeout on unbroken code.
Finish the new doctesting code: #12415
There is now a trac wiki page that's linked to by the "View Tickets" button that organizes the reports in a more useful way.
Useful Trac Plugins/Macros
I'm going through the plugins on Trac-Hacks to see if any would be useful to us.
Duplicate ticket detection -- looks really useful
- Nice code blocks:
- Rendering math:
- Custom SQL queries for non-admins -- looks cool, but I haven't looked into the security implications.
- Status displays:
- Code Review Plugins:
- started in November 2011
- development is quite active, but mainly by one developer. However, this project seems to be used by his company for their own workflow.
- Comments are possible on changesets and attachments.
- Inline comments are not yet supported, but they're the top feature on the wishlist.
Anti-botnet feature -- might prevent botnets from filling in the preferences form.
- Edit navigation bars