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Re: Bug Database?

From: Nick Roberts
Subject: Re: Bug Database?
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2006 03:37:22 +1300

 >     Yes, but I'm also suggesting use of a bug database to ensure that
 >     reported bugs don't get lost.  That has also come up before and was
 >     considered unnecessary, but at that time reported bugs were only
 >     recorded in the archives.
 > It would be useful to run a bug tracker, but I have never done so, and
 > I don't know what work for us is required.  

It could be as easy as turning on the bug tracker for Emacs in Savannah.  I
don't know how good/bad it is but it must be an improvement on FOR-RELEASE.

At the other end of the spectrum someone could presumably set up Bugzilla for
the whole of the GNU Project/All Savannah projects.  Although that might
conflict with projects that have already turned their tracker on, I would
guess you would end up with a superior system.  I suggest asking your
sysadmin people.

 >                                             Do we transfer the bugs
 > into the tracker by hand?  If so, who wants to do that?

There are only half a dozen or so that need to be done by us.  I guess we
would direct people to enter future ones into the database themselves.

Nick                                           http://www.inet.net.nz/~nickrob

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