...this time in Microsoft Outlook. Could the programmer who was too lazy to write their code properly please go back to school? There is no excuse for this:
Bazaar is wonderful. It combines the right powerful features with a good dose of common-sense and a sprinkling of usability. Well okay, perhaps more than a sprinkling of usability. I use bazaar a lot in combination with launchpad. The client-side bzr-launchpad plug-in makes this a breeze: I don't have to remember user-names, passwords, project URLs, or anything else. However, occasionally I don't want my code to be visible by default. Sometimes I don't want my code leaving the building. I could easily host a simple bazaar repository locally, but creating teams of users quickly gets difficult. What I'd love is a system like launchpad, but with a few key differences:
Optimised for the most common use-case. Launchpad does an awful lot of stuff that I have never used, and probably never will. All this functionality makes launchpad a very large beast indeed. I want a system that's compact and easy to use; I don't need translations, build recipes, mailing lists, bug tracking, etc. etc.
Easily installed on my own server. It is technically possible to install launchpad wherever you want, but it's difficult.
A bzr+ssh smart server that understands the accounts and teams created in the web-app.
A client-side bzr plugin that allows users to use shortened repo URLs (similar to the lp:projectname scheme the launchpad plug-in provides).