Here is a juicy screenshot demonstrating how it looks like.
If you’d rather use IRC instead of Campfire you might want to try out the handy irccat which is notoriously used by the Last.fm development teams instead. This Campfire plugin is actually only a slight change from the irccat trac plugin.
So here’s the gist. You will need to install Pinder, a Campfire listener written in Python. It should be as easy as:
$ easy_install pinder
Then download or
git clone the Campfire trac listener plugin on github.
Next, go to the
campfire-trac-listener directory that you’ve just created with your
git clone and run
python ./setup.py install.
If this installs successfully, you are ready to begin configuration.
Put the following into your
[campfire] prefix = Project Name (Typically) path = /projects/project trachost = trac.yourhost.com subdomain = campfire_subdomain apitoken = yourCampfireAPIToken roomid = RoomID
You can find your room ID at the tail end of the URL when you are in your chat room.
Add the following to the
campfirelistener.* = enabled