READ: bugzilla coming real soon now :)

Stephan Kulow coolo at
Thu Sep 12 20:07:16 BST 2002

On Thursday 12 September 2002 20:37, Waldo Bastian wrote:
> On Thursday 12 September 2002 05:45 am, Stephan Kulow wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > I think, I got most issues solved now and we could go with
> > bugzilla starting tomorrow.
> >
> > There is of course still room for improvement, but users can
> > report bugs now and developers could easily modify them if
> > it would be our main system :)
> >
> > So I ask everyone caring for bug reports to give
> > a last test. If nothing major arises, I will switch DNS tomorrow
> > and after that moment will run with a different
> > backend and you won't be able to change bug reports anymore
> > with either mail or kbugbuster (these are the major points that
> > will be improved after the system works :).
> >
> > BTW: if you can't edit bug reports, you should check if the address
> > you use to log in into bugzilla is the same as in kde-common/accounts.
> > All these addresses have the right to change other user's permissions,
> > so use that with care.
> >
> > Greetings, Stephan
> > P.S. As soon as the system works, I hope people other than me will
> > document our view on bugzilla (which is slightly different than what
> > bugzilla was made for).
> Is it possible to have "CCMAIL: <number>-done at" in cvs commits
> still working somehow? I find that a nice way of automatically closing the
> bug when you fix it. Maybe with a new keyword such as:
> 	BUGS: <number1>,<number2>,....

technically there is nothing to stop you. I.e. you can do a close at
which then writes to a script that grabs the numbers from the Subject and 
close the bug. Do you know perl? :)

Greetings, Stephan

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