Import (Migrate) Trac into Lighthouse

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dbinetti (at gmail)

07 Aug, 2009 08:14 PM

I wasn't able to find any discussion on this topic, but is there any way to migrate by trac project file to Lighthouse?

  1. 1 Posted by Will Duncan on 07 Aug, 2009 10:15 PM

    Will Duncan's Avatar should help you out. Most import scripts are 3rd party, I havent actually used any of them myself. But if you have any questions, I'll see if Rick can answer them for you.

  2. 2 Posted by dbinetti (at gm... on 07 Aug, 2009 10:43 PM

    dbinetti (at gmail)'s Avatar

    I'm not a coder -- well, not Ruby at least -- so I wouldn't know where
    to begin to use this script.

    So, I suppose the easiest question to ask would be "If I wanted to
    migrate my trac install to lighthouse, and start paying you guys for
    your service, what can you do to help me start paying you that doesn't
    involve me coding?"

    I know you might have other priorities and that's fine, but unless you
    want to limit your market to new projects and new projects only you
    might want to consider making this process easy for a user. I don't
    have a clue if this is simple for you to do, but I do know that it
    isn't easy for me, and if it is not made easy then I'll just keep
    using trac even though I'd rather use you.

    Thanks for the link -- it is a possible answer, just not the one I need.


  3. 3 Posted by dbinetti (at gm... on 09 Aug, 2009 08:40 PM

    dbinetti (at gmail)'s Avatar

    Well, I kinda sandbagged you by dropping the note at 3 PM on a Friday, but I did wind you just going the route of brute force and transferring everything over by cut and paste. I still think you should create a tool, but you obviously will need to balance that against your priorities. Thanks for the help.

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