We’ve updated our online XML-RPC client to include: Many Trac templates – you can now easily test the Trac XML-RPC interface. Basic Auth support – for those APIs (Trac) that require basic authentication you can now supply the username and password.
Email is often the #1 focus for advice on how to be more productive. Tactics like “don’t process email first thing” or “batch your email twice a day” are commonplace on the web. Paul Graham wrote the seminal article Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule back in 2009 where he discussed why meetings destroy productivity for makers […]
Helga is a Python chat bot. Full documentation can be found at http://helga.readthedocs.org. The Bugzilla plugin allows Helga to respond to Bugzilla ticket numbers in IRC and print information about the tickets. For example: 03:14 <devzing> bz 123 03:14 <helgabot> devzing might be talking about https://app.devzing.com/demo/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=123 [[TestProduct] Ticketing Box City selector] Find out more at https://github.com/ktdreyer/helga-bugzilla
BZ-Client 2 is now available in a developer release on CPAN and GitHub. Example: my $client = BZ::Client->new( url => $url, user => $user, password => $password, autologin => 0 ); $client->login(); $ids = [ 69, 101 ]; my $bugs = BZ::Client::Bug->get( $client, $ids );
The python-bugzilla package is available on GitHub or PyPi pip install python-bugzilla This package provides two bits: ‘bugzilla’ python module for talking to a Bugzilla instance over XMLRPC /usr/bin/bugzilla command line tool for performing actions from the command line: create or edit bugs, various queries, etc. This was originally written specifically for Red Hat’s Bugzilla […]