For Christmas I got an QNAP TS-239 Pro II+ NAS. I’m now testing the configuration and the performance before I will move my data on it.
This Request Tracker extension is an extended version of RT-Extension-BriefHistory where the user can select in their preferences, which transaction types they want to see on the ticket display page. You can find it as always @ GitHub: http://github.com/cloos/rt-extension-historyfilter.
My second Request Tracker extension cleans up a little bit the ticket page. In the history you will only see transactions from type create, correspond and comment. If you want to see the full history you have to use the history link in the top menu. You can find the extension at Github: http://github.com/cloos/rt-extension-briefhistory.
My HTC Hero mobile is gone (to my wife) and I have now an HTC Desire. It is powered by Android 2.1, an 1GHz Snapdragon processor and the fantastic HTC Sense user interface. It’s an great pleasure to play with that toy.
For those like me, who are waiting for Firefox for Android, you can read the latest news about that here https://wiki.mozilla.org/Mobile/Platforms/Android or https://wiki.mozilla.org/android.
In the blog of one of the developers there are also some more information: http://blog.vlad1.com/2010/02/02/android-progress-more-pixels-edition/.
The System Configuration Page (Configuration=>Tools=>System Configuration) didn’t look really nice. As I like fancy layouts, I put some of the information into tables with the default RT layout (see the code here).
With this changes I inspired Jesse Vincent to make the page look even more beautiful by putting the information into nice boxes (see the code here).
To see the changes, get the latest version from github or wait for the next release (3.8.8).
Just played a little bit with the request tracker shredder that is new in Version 3.8 and found a bug. I want to delete a user but the shredder also deleted an ticket. Lets see what the developer say to that.
Yesterday I’ve made an upgrade of you request tracker from 3.6.3 to 3.8.6. The upgrade runs really smooth and only took an hour. The longest part was the upgrade of the mysql tables.