- The Trac talk was held in the large conference room, and still, over the half the audience professed to using it.
- The beauty of Trac is that it brings together a bug tracker, your version control system, a source code browser, and a wiki. You can use one wiki syntax everywhere, and links between things (such as from a Subversion commit messages to a bug) just work.
- Trac also provides a unified timeline for all of these things.
- It has a great plugin infrastructure.
- They're currently working on a plugin to provide enhanced workflow management.
- "Bitten" is a plugin to tie into PyBot. This integrates Trac with continuous integration. It was written by the same guy who wrote Genshi :)
I decided to give Ubuntu 20.04 a try on my 2015 15" MacBook Pro. I didn't actually install it; I just live booted from a USB thumb drive which was enough to try out everything I wanted. In summary, it's not perfect, and issues with my camera would prevent me from switching, but given the right hardware, I think it's a really viable option. The first thing I wanted to try was what would happen if I plugged in a non-HiDPI screen given that my laptop has a HiDPI screen. Without sub-pixel scaling, whatever scale rate I picked for one screen would apply to the other. However, once I turned on sub-pixel scaling, I was able to pick different scale rates for the internal and external displays. That looked ok. I tried plugging in and unplugging multiple times, and it didn't crash. I doubt it'd work with my Thunderbolt display at work, but it worked fine for my HDMI displays at home. I even plugged it into my TV, and it stuck to the 100% scaling I picked for the othe