Reporting Bugs (Trac)
The PySoy Team uses an integrated system called Trac for bug reporting and
feature requests. This system is preferable to email or IRC because:
- It makes sure reports are not lost or forgotten
- All developers can view and append comments to the reports
- It helps us prioritize, tag, and assign tasks to streamline our work
- Everyone can view existing bugs so it cuts down on duplicate reports
No registration is nessesary to use this reporting system. Start by checking
to see if someone has already filed a report for your bug or feature.
If you don't find a similar report, simply fill out a new ticket at
with your email address with all the details you have. We'll contact you if
we need more information.
The typical turn-around time on serious bugs is one week. Some bugs may
take longer, especially if they're difficult to duplicate or are only
reproducable with specific hardware.
Electronic Mail (SMTP)
These lists are primarily used by PySoy developers and game developers who use
PySoy. Subscriptions for both of these lists are unrestricted, simply fill
out your email address and password then reply to the confirmation email.
is the primary users/developers list. All general traffic should be here.
is a Subversion (SVN) commits list. Developers use it to receive instant
notification when additions/changes are committed by other developers.
If you'd like to contact us regarding this website, use the typical
This includes requests for link exchanges with other Planet sites from
similar or symbiotic free software projects.
Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
Most members of the PySoy development team frequent our official channel on
the FreeNode IRC Network
To chat with us, connect to irc.freenode.net and /join #PySoy.
You'll need an IRC client to do this, but IRC is an old and well-established
chat protocol so there's hundreds of good, free clients available for
virtually any platform.
There are also channels on FreeNode for #Python, #Blender,
#GIMP, and thousands of other