This Trac plugin implements a page for creating time estimates. The
estimates will be attached to whatever tickets are specified in the
This plugin is a modified version of the VotePlugin (www/trac-vote).
Instead of having up and down arrows, this plugin uses a 5-star approach
to rate resources.
This plugin provides a project Blog, but unlike TracBlogPlugin and
SimpleBlogPlugin it does not use Wiki pages to store the content.
It has no dependencies on other plugins.
This plugin uses the blog change interface in FullBlogPlugin to send out
email notifications for:
* new posts
* updated posts
* comment added
* deleted posts
Email notifications are sent to the user who made the change.
Notifications can also be sent to other users or a distribution list by
specifying the smtp_always_cc option.
The emails are sent in plain text using a template that was modeled
after Trac's ticket_notify_email template.
If you are using the AnnouncerPlugin, you should use its FullBlogPlugin
rather than the FullBlogNotificationPlugin.
The GraphvizPlugin allows for the inline creation of diagrams for abstract
graphs and networks using the Graphviz programs.
Edit all trac.ini options via the WebAdminPlugin
This plug-in allows you to add entries to the Keywords entry field
from a configured list of keywords by clicking on them.
LDAP extensions to grant group permissions
This extension enables the use of existing LDAP groups to grant
permissions rather than defining permissions for every single user on
the system. Also permits storage of permissions (both users and
groups permissions) in the LDAP directory itself rather than in the
This plugin is a password store for the AccountManagerPlugin that
provides authentication and group membership from an LDAP
service. Users are authenticated by performing an LDAP bind against a
directory using their credentials. The plugin will also pull the email
address and username from the directory and populate the
Allow embedded equations in wiki pages. Basically a port of mt-math to