Redmine: TYPO3 Forge runs Redmine (4 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 15 years ago

TYPO3 is a free, feature rich and widely used content management system written in PHP.

The TYPO3 team have chosen Redmine for their new Forge:

For the coordination of the TYPO3 5.0 development efforts, we used to run a Trac installation which hosted our issue tracker, code browser and a wiki. But we were really missing some important features (like being able to set up sub projects) and were looking for alternatives. Fortunately, Martin Herr came across a tool called "Redmine" which looked very promising.

So we created a new website - the TYPO3 Forge. Its purpose is to centralize TYPO3's development projects and provide a home for teams who are in need of an issue tracker, code browser and subversion. Although currently accommodates only TYPO3 5.0 and FLOW3 related projects, we structured it open enough to be ready for the TYPO3 v4 team and other projects.

Read the full announcement written by Robert Lemke.

Redmine: Issue tracking system moved to (2 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 15 years ago

The issue tracking system used for the development of Redmine has moved today from Rubyforge to

You'll need to register on this website to submit bug reports or feature requests (valid email address is required).
Rubyforge users can create a new account or get the credentials for the migrated account by contacting me: jp_lang at yahoo dot fr.

Redmine: Redmine performance: Rails 1.2.6 vs Rails 2.0.2

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 15 years ago

Here is the result of a quick test comparing Redmine load performance with Rails 1.2.6 and Rails 2.0.2.

This test was done on my workstation using openwebload. Redmine was running on 3 Mongrel instances with Pound as the load balancer. Fragment caching was disabled for this test.
The following shows the maximum Tps1 the application could handle.

Action Rails 1.2.6 + PStore Rails 2.0.2 + PStore Rails 2.0.2 + Cookie store
/ 49.11 55.33 69.62
/issues 10.01 11.28 11.69
/projects/roadmap/demo 6.52 9.08 9.54
/wiki/demo 11.59 12.38 12.41
/projects/activity/demo 16.68 20.25 21.35
/projects/gantt/demo 6.51 8.4 8.68

Of course, these numbers fully depends on your hardware configuration and data but we can clearly see the performance improvements provided by Rails 2.0.

1 Transactions per second (computed by openwebload)

Redmine: Redmine 0.6.2 released

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang almost 16 years ago

This release is mainly to fix Rails 2.0 compatibility issues.
One small functionality (the ability to search custom fields) is added and thus migration is required.

You can checkout the 0.6.2 tag or download the tarball at Rubyforge.
The tarball is freezed with Rails 1.2.6 and now includes action_web_service so you don't have to install it manually.


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