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Re: bug-cfengine list/SF integration

From: John Sechrest
Subject: Re: bug-cfengine list/SF integration
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 14:30:05 -0700

I think one of the key questions is if it makes sense to track the
bugs in SF. If it does, then we should all be putting them up there.

Is there something we can do that will make using the SF bug tracker

Eric Sorenson <address@hidden> writes:

 % I just changed the bug tracker configuration on sourceforge so that 
 % this list will get emailed whenever activity happens on bugs. It's 
 % one-way, in that email traffic about a bug will not get appended to 
 % that bug's tracker entry, but it should help track when new things are 
 % added and so forth.  I know Mark's complained, and I have been annoyed, 
 % that the SF stuff sort of exists off in its own world and you have to
 % remember to go there and click around in addition to the normal stream
 % of work.
 % I have also set it up so that you have to be logged in to sourceforge 
 % in order to submit a bug. The "New Bug" page now says this in 
 % explanation:
 %         You have to have a valid sourceforge.net login in order
 %         to submit cfengine bugs.  This is for two reasons: 1. bug 
 %         tracker activity is resent to the bug-cfengine list, and this 
 %         should cut down on spam; 2. it's really difficult to get patch 
 %         validation from anonymously submitted bugs.
 %         So please sign up or log in before you submit your bug.
 % Hope this is OK with everyone; if not, both changes are  easy to 
 % revert but they seemed like a resonable steps.
 % -- 
 %  - Eric Sorenson - N37 17.255 W121 55.738 - http://eric.explosive.net -
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