I am not the authority, that would probably be Julian Lombardi or Mark
McCahill, but it is my understanding that bugs.squeak.org is still
used to track bugs for the Croquet SDK. The Cobalt project is a kind
of fork, or really an application built on top of the SDK, but does
not really replace it. I believe that the main point of contact would
be "croquetconsortium at gmail dot com" If you need an actual person,
I'm not positive who that would be.
> Hi. I'm sending this email on behalf of Ken Causey, the
> bugs.squeak.org maintainer. The mantis tracker has a category
> for Croquet bugs, and 604 issues filed under that category.
> Several questions:
> Is anybody still using bugs.squeak.org to track Croquet bugs?
> If nobody is using it, should we delete it, or should we export
> the database to another tracker, such as the cobalt tracker?
> If somebody is still using it, who should Ken Causey, the
> maintainer of bugs.squeak.org, consider to be the primary
> contact for that portion of the issue tracker?
> Matthew Fulmer -- http://mtfulmer.wordpress.com/ >