Koko in KDEReview

Carl Schwan carl at carlschwan.eu
Mon May 3 23:07:19 BST 2021

Le lundi, mai 3, 2021 4:35 PM, Harald Sitter <sitter at kde.org> a écrit :

> On 23.04.21 01:00, Carl Schwan wrote:
> > > > > > -   please get a bugzilla produce created for it
> > > >
> > > > Not a fan of that. This will ends up exactly like the www bugs, something
> > > > that I look into every 6 months. We already have many issues opened in
> > > > invent and it's working fine for us.
> > >
> > > Did I miss something? The last agreement I recall was that we are using
> > > bugzilla for bugs and gitlab for tasks for the time being. If even as
> > > developer I have to go hunting where $project tracks their bugs I'm sure
> > > not going to be a happy camper.
> > >
> > > > Also we don't use KCrash.
> > >
> > > Shouldn't you?
> >
> > The problem is that DrKonqi doesn't really work on Plasma Mobile and I don't think
> > this justify getting locked up in using Bugzilla. If having a bugzilla product
> > is really required, we can request one but I can't guarantee that I will look at it
> > more often than I look at the kde-www bug reports in bugzilla (every 6 months).
> Let's consider it required then.
> If you don't care about crash reports that's your choice I guess, but it
> does kinda call into question the product quality since you also don't
> have an alternative system to the kcrash-drkonqi-bugzilla caravan. Quite
> clearly koko would have benefited from crash tracking and since the only
> solution we presently have for that is the aforementioned stack it quite
> clearly also would have benefited from being on bugzilla to receive
> those crash reports and potentially move to other products if the crash
> is not in koko. After all, crashes get submitted to the product that
> crashed, not the library of the top most frame.
> I have to be honest, it is a bit surreal to even have to argue this. I
> get thorough enjoyment out of throwing tomatoes at the current system
> but to actively pretend that the problem-domain of crashing software
> doesn't exist so you don't have to look at bugzilla sure as heck doesn't
> solve anything. In particular since you pitched koko as convergent and
> useful on the desktop.
> If all that's stopping you from embracing crash tracking is drkonqi then
> I am happy to tell you that sticking a mobile-suitable UI on top
> shouldn't be all that difficult ;)

Would you be open to an MR adding GitLab support to DrKonqi?

> HS

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