Test Bugzilla bug tracker

Matthew Dillon 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.

					Matthew Dillon 
					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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