Test Bugzilla bug tracker
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Tue Aug 17 23:29:53 PDT 2004
:-On [20040817 21:02], Justin C. Sherrill (justin.sherrill at xxxxxxxxx) wrote:
:>I figure if this gets used, it'll just get migrated over once a machine is
:>up for it within dragonflybsd.org.
:Just didn't want to step on Hiten's toes. But he seems to have gone MIA
:after that hindu wedding. Wonder if one of his aunties (phuwa's, kaki's,
:mami's) is fixing him up to some cute gyal. ;)
:>The port's only up to 2.16.6, from which I installed.
Hiten and I talked just after that wedding and I think I remember him
saying that he would be sporatic for a while due to a big move.
Don't worry about it, he'll catch up with whatever we've done.
:I'll work up a proposal, but it needs a bit more finegrained. Why? Because
:you can assign initial QA contacts, people can tick off patches and changes
:and ok them (and not necessarily have to commit them themselves).
:Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven <asmodai(at)wxs.nl> / asmodai / kita no mono
I'm not a big fan of bugzilla but I'll take a 'we will see' attitude
towards the attempt. One thing I don't want to lose is the informal
bug reports on the bugs@ list. If we do wind up with an official bug
tracker then a bug that shows up on the bugs@ list which cannot be
dealt with immediately should probably just be entered by a developer
rather then burdening the poor user reporting the bug with the task.
Not having every dick and jane entering bugs into bugzilla will keep
the bugs database more relevant.
<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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