Closing all bugs?

Matt Rogers mattr at
Tue Dec 11 02:22:38 GMT 2007

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On Dec 10, 2007, at 6:15 PM, Aaron J. Seigo wrote:

> On Monday 10 December 2007, Bram Schoenmakers wrote:
>> As you may have read on my blog post [1] I suggest (after Tom's  
>> attempts)
>> to close all bugs, not wishes, in KDE Bugzilla with KDE4  
>> approaching. This
>> is because of all the old cruft (KDE3 based bug reports), which is  
>> unlikely
>> to be cleaned up if we don't do it now.
> i honestly had hoped we'd have started the new bugzilla fresh and  
> clean. well,
> that's assuming we're on the new bugzilla now? are we? heh.. i  
> haven't kept
> up with that, so maybe we aren't.

No, we're not. I'm working on that though.

> in any case, i think it would be great, if it is plausible to have two
> bugzillas co-installed, to have the old bugzilla as a repository  
> for all the
> kde3 bugs and use the new bugzilla3 tracker for kde4 bugs.
> this allows us to 'start from scratch' on kde4 without losing any  
> kde3 data,
> as they have varying levels of value for varying people.

Except that many bugs in the current bugzilla are actually valid for  
KDE 4 as well, so this doesn't work.
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