Making the most of bugzilla
neil at qualityassistant.com
Sun Sep 15 20:07:48 BST 2002
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On Saturday September 14, 2002 11:11, Stefan Gehn wrote:
> On Samstag September 14 2002 19:59, Neil Stevens wrote:
> > Now that bugzilla is live, should the arts and noatun bug reports be
> > organized to take advantage of the product/component support?
> > Noatun
> > - - Excellent
> > - - Split
> > - - Hayes
> > - - Winskin
> > etc.
> > aRts
> > - - artsd
> > - - mpeglib_artsplug
> > - - xine_artsplugin
> > etc.
> > Useful? Or more trouble than it's worth?
> It all depends on if users will report bugs for the right
> product/component, besides that that I like to have a more fine grained
> system than our old one.
Well, that is one school of thought.
Another way to think of things is to treat bugs.kde.org asa tool for
developers to plan. If that's the case, then the product and component
splits are useful just to keep each developer's bug list separate.
I'd really like to know what our aRts and Noatun maintainers think of this.
If they'd use the split as a tool, I think the split should be done. If
they won't bother, then there is no point.
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
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