Use Bugzilla for KDevelop4 development

Matt Rogers mattr at
Mon Jul 7 01:09:37 UTC 2008

On Sunday 06 July 2008 17:21:19 Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> Hi,
> just sent the "invitation to report bugs against kdevelop4" out to our
> two lists (will do a blog post later on).
> Now this is more for us developers: I'd like us to use bugzilla
> seriously now for development. That means:
> - First of all: subscript to kdevelop-bugs mailinglist (see our website)
>   so you get all the mails from bugreports.
> - if you find a bug, report it (I've already sent the core devs a link
>   to easily do that)
> - if you find some missing functionality (not missing plugin!), report
>   it as well
> - if you start working on a bug or a feature, assign it to yourself so
>   others are aware that somebody already works on it
> - remember to use BUG:
> - point new contributors asking for simple tasks to our bugzilla list of
>   open bugs/wishlist items.
> - try to use severity and importance level a bit more
> If we can manage to do that I think tracking our current state (and how
> far we are from release) and our current "known" bugs will be a lot
> easier. It can also be easier to attract new contributors as we have a
> list of bugs they can look at and try to fix.
> I've opened a new product with a few components for KDevPlatform
> already, if you think we need more just add them (if you don't have the
> power to do that and you're a core developer ask sysadmin at kde org to
> give you the power). Same goes for KDevelop products.

Or take the shortcut and just ask me, since I have the same powers sysadmin 

> I'll try to move the existing bugs from kdevelop to kdevplatform where
> it makes sense and delete the components in kdevelop then. Also I'll be
> adding wishlist/bug reports for all our features from the wiki and my
> personal todo list in the coming days.
> Andreas

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