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gearing up on Savannah, part II

From: Marcus Brinkmann
Subject: gearing up on Savannah, part II
Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 03:01:33 +0200
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I enabled the bug tracker on Savannah, which is actually quite nice.  As a
test, I added a bug about the EISDIR on unlink() bug that Roland mentioned
on hurd-devel.  Of course, as with the task manager and other Savannah
stuff, we need to add categories and other field values over time.

The bug tracker in Savannah is highly configurable.  There are some
interesting fields that are disabled for now, but which we might want to
activate, like reproducability (considering that some bugs in the Hurd are
hard to reproduce, it is nice to be able to search for that).

All changes will result in a notification sent here.  Again, this is an
experiment.  If we decide the notifications are too noisy and with too
little information, we can fine tune that (make another list, only sent
initial announce here, whatever).  But until we have gotten used to actually
checking the Savannah pages for new work, this seems to be preferable.


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